Sensual Wind

Photo by Andre de Dienes. He was noted for his work with Marilyn Monroe and his nude photography.
”De Dienes took many of the Monroe’s most famous early photographs as ‘Norma Jeane,”‘ including those of her climbing a hillside in khakis and green sweater, and sitting on the highway, as well as the shots on Tobay Beach in August 1949. … Those pictures of Marilyn in a bathing suit recall the art picture, but they also subvert the pinup, in being far more active, playful, even romping, than the usually static pinup girl.” (Sarah Churchwell)

Lingerie Noir

Jeanloup Sieff
In 1970, he photographed Yves Saint Laurent nude for an advertisement. Apparently, the photo was quite scandalous for its time. If you are terribly brave, you can see the photo here!

Vintage Pin-Up

Lois Bishop photographed by Edmund Leja in 1948.

A leading pioneer in the fields of glamour, pin-ups, nudes and erotica, Edmund Leja photographed over 200 models between the 1940s and the early 1980s.
For his artistic figure work, Leja often preferred the great outdoors, just like one of his colleagues, Andre de Dienes. Based in West Hollywood and Studio City, at the heart of the early Southern California nude photography industry, de Dienes and Leja shared several model contacts. They both photographed many models including Playmate of the Month Diane Webber.

Forced

High Cut Kingdom by Murasaki Nyaa

Punishment Dance

He is not enjoying that! Then again, perhaps he is. Pain is your friend!
(Origin unknown)

She Means Business

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Comfortable

Two wine glasses. She’s teasing someone! Art by Marcel Vidoudez. The images of Marcel Vidoudez have made an impression several generations of young schoolchildren, thanks to his drawings of My first Book. Nothing erotic about that book. His erotic images, some 400 and unsigned, were found by his daughter after his death.

A Pair of Apples

Jorge Santos.
The largely self-taught painter Jorge Santos describes his work as “verging on the bizarre but grounded in realism.”

Under Her Heel

Tried to follow the watermarks on this photo but failed. Perhaps you will have better fortune than I. Nice, though. Simple but tells the story.

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