Oh my should I get this one framed?
Exquisite artwork that certainly belongs in a museum or fine spanko art gallery, by the French painter and illustrator with quite a lengthy, euphonious appellation: Louis-André Berthommé-Saint-André (1905-1977). In other words: Viva le fesse!
I recently saw this lovely eye candy on the fine French blog, Au Fil des Jours…Au Gre du Temps — a frequently updated and eclectic blog journal of spank culture and art.
Your thoughts on this art, my friends??
And what is your favorite spanking illustration of all-time and why?? Inquiring bloggers wish to know.
And you can find this artwork, along with a countless more illos from all eras and artists, on the massive Veralsis Spanking Showcase — you can’t go wrong with 33,269(!!) illos, and counting over at Veralsis. Believe that’s the largest repository of cherry red and spanktastic graphics on the Web.
Anyway, in my humble opinion, I’d have to say this is one of the finest spanking illos I have seen, maybe in the top-10 perhaps. It’s so lushly rendered and delightfully erotic.
***RELATED POSTS: A few other art faves CRR blogged about was the gorgeous Art Deco Discipline piece and the iconic work of Brian Tarsis, to name just a few that come to mind. Ah yes also this classic daisy dukes illo from The Spirit. Classic. And for intriguing anime/manga, check out the post on Kami Tora, whose work knows no bounds.
One more thing: If you have the time, do check out the “Global Blogs” link list section on the right sidebar–there are heaps of fine non-English spanking blogs that are a blast to peruse, and often feature wonderful material and pix and whatnot. Leave some comments and tell ’em CRR sent ya.