Artwork from John Alexander Scot Coutts (John Willie)
In the mid-1930s, he began working for a Sydney-based fetish club as an illustrator and photographer; around this time he began a relationship with Holly Faram, one of his models, and they married in 1942.
Around 1945-47 Coutts moved to New York City via Montreal, in order to publish his bondage and fetish magazine Bizarre; Holly chose to remain in Australia. At this time he adopted the name 'John Willie'
As a bondage artist he is best known for his character Sweet Gwendoline. After publishing 20 issues of Bizarre he moved to Hollywood, California. He developed a brain tumor in 1961 and was forced to stop his mail order business. He destroyed his archives and returned to England, where he died.
Throughout his life, he took freelance assignments within the African American community, for instance producing modernized cover art for Victorian-era lottery numbers books.
Bilbrew's later notability came when he became a fetish artist at Irving Klaw's Movie Star News/Nutrix company. He also had many illustrations published in Exotique magazine between 1956 and 1959.
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Illustration by P. Beloti
P. Beloti was a (probably French) spanking artist and author.
His artwork, dated from the 1930s, is mainly M/F. He was quite good at imitating the style of other artists such as Louis Malteste or Luc Lafnet.
Beloti illustrated Jacinthe ou Les Images du péché (1934) by Liane Laure.
Beloti also published under the pseudonym Paulette Vergès spanking novels such as Cuisant noviciat - mon dressage (1935), illustrated by Jim Black (Luc Lafnet), and Gouvernante et gouvernée (1936), illustrated by himself. In 1957.
Illustration by Eugene Reunier, this was the pseudonym of Carl Breuer-Courth, a German erotica artist of the 1920s.
His drawings depict mainstream scenes, sexual scenes as well as medical play and BDSM subjects such as spanking.
Reunier also worked as a photographer of spanking photos, some of which were published in Dr. Ernst Schertel's Der Flagellantismus als literarisches Motiv (1929).