Achille Devéria (1800 – 1857) – French painter and graphic artist. He mainly dealt with lithography and watercolors and, more rarely, with oil painting. He was a recognized illustrator, among his works were illustrations to “Faust” by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, “Don Quixote” by Miguel de Cervantes and the works of Jean de La Fontaine, Charles Perrault and Daniel Defoe. The artist’s fame brought pornographic artworks about the libertine message.
Nude – the original drawing with feminine act, made with crayons and fineliner. Framed clip frame with plexiglass – A4 format.
Ready to hang.
Richard Müller (1874-1954) was born in the city of Tschirnitz. Being an artistic soul from a young age, Müller attended the School of the Royal Saxon Porcelain Manufactory in Meissen. After graduating he moved to Dresden and even though he was still very young to be accepted into a university, he entered the Art Academy. At the age of 19, Müller started experimenting with the practice of etching something graphic artist and sculptor, Max Klinger. Müller became a professor at the Academy and amongst his students were George Grosz and Otto Dix.
Noma Bar (born in 1973) – Israeli graphic artist and illustrator. His works appear in newspapers, magazines, book covers, and advertising campaigns. He worked for The Guardian, The New York Times, Time Out London, The Observer, The Economist and Wallpaper. Illustrated book covers for Don DeLillo and Haruki Murakami; appeared in Google, Sony and Nike advertising campaigns.
Erotic fantasies for you. Love games for your imagination.
Chocolate stimulates senses
Erotic abstract graphics for you.
Maurice François Alfred Martin van Miële (1863 – 1926 r), better known by his pseudonym Martin van Maële, was a French illustrator of early 20th century literature. He is renowned for his work in the field of erotic literature.
Decorative graphics with animal motive. Perfect as a print on the wall.
An original gift for original customers.
Abstract erotic illustration with a fairytale theme.
Floral vaginas in the illustrations of Jacqueline Secor, as integral elements of the part natural world.