Max van Norden

Max van Norden

Max van Norden’s Red Light District Max van Norden is a Dutch author who published short stories about his experiences in the Red Light District of Amsterdam. His drawings are very naive and drawn from […]

Eric Stanton

Eric Stanton

The Heroines of Eric Stanton Eric Stanton made his illustrations in an era of large demonstrations and civil unrest. Eventually the American Civil Rights Act saw the light of day. A law that prohibits discrimination […]

Les Bigarrures

Les Bigarrures

Les Bigarrures This series of French illustrations from the book Les Bigarrures was first published in 1799. The works were signed by the completely unknown William C.B. Much later these artworks were attributed to Vivian […]

Zinaida Serebriakova

Zinaida Serebriakova

The art of Zinaida Serebriakova We feel a bit guilty that the works of Ukrainian born artist Zinaida Serebriakova (Зинаида Евгеньевна Серебрякова) never caught our attention. She was born near Kharkov in a family of […]

Video gloves

Video: Gloves

Amea Movies Gloves Video stuttering? Download it here. Now and then – as an experiment – we will be posting a film clip at AMEA to make up for the loss of the movies section. […]

Orgy

We are back!

We are back! I guess we can apply for a mention in the Guinness Book of Records for totally revamping the AMEA site in less than 48 hours. It needed to be done and there […]

Jeff Wack

Jeff Wack

Dreamlike beauties by Jeff Wack Jeff Wack: The timeless beauty of the female form inspires my work.
 Throughout the ages it has been a source of wonderment and intrigue for
 countless artists of all media. […]

Romantic Rojan

Romantic Rojan

Romantic Rojan Feodor Stepanovich Rojankovsky (1891 – 1970), also known as Rojan, was a Russian émigré illustrator. He is well known both for children’s book illustration and for erotic art.  

Jean-Pierre Ceytaire

Jean-Pierre Ceytaire

Jean-Pierre Ceytaire Jean-Pierre Ceytaire (1946) grew up on the bottom of the hill Monmartre, Paris. His youth was not an easy one. Suffering from dysgraphia, dyslexia and a selective memory combined with an extensive imagination; […]

Thomas Rowlandson

Thomas Rowlandson

The Joyful Art of Thomas Rowlandson Thomas Rowlandson (13 July 1756 – 21 April 1827) was an English artist and caricaturist. The women he depicts often look young and fresh, the opposite goes for the […]

Georg Grosz

Georg Grosz

Sexuality through the eyes of Georg Grosz The German artist Georg Grosz (1893-1959) published a series of water colors and lithographs in 1923, entitled Ecce Homo. His world, the metropolis Berlin, is populated with ugly, […]

Peter Fendi

Peter Fendi

Imperial Painter and Engraver Peter Fendi Peter Fendi was born in Vienna on September 4th, 1796. He was introduced to the Hapsburg Court by the artistic Count Lamberg who obtained the appointment of Imperial Cabinet […]

Divine Inspiration

Divine Inspiration Pornography was often used as a vehicle to criticize religious and political authorities. Because of large spread illiteracy amongst the poor and the powerless these images – often printed on pamphlets – could […]