Chinese Mystery Art

The Chinese Mistery

Chinese Mystery Art   We are here to feature erotic art and if necessary to give you some background information on the material we present. If we can’t find the answers we are looking for in our well-stocked library, there is always Google of course. The chain of polished pieces of bone as shown above …
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The Hidden Photographs by Corneille

Corneille

The Hidden Photographs by Corneille Corneille Guillaume Beverloo (3 July 1922 – 5 September 2010), better known under his pseudonym Corneille, was a Dutch artist, born in Liège, Belgium. He studied arts in Amsterdam, Netherlands and became one of the founders of the legendary Cobra Movement. Corneille was best known for his vividly colored paintings …
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Les Bigarrures

Les Bigarrures 8

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 Denon. Both text and illustrations were made between Denon’s return from Bonaparte’s Egyptian Expedition and his nomination as curator of …
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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 artists. (Actor Peter Ustinov came from this same family.) At age 40 she moved to Paris, which must have been …
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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. This clip that we named ‘Gloves’ was donated by Moskito Films and the director/filmer is unknown but it looks like …
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We are back!

© Félix Valloton

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 was not much time to do it, so if run you into any problems on the new site, please report …
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Félicien Rops

Rops

The demons of Félicien Rops Félicien Rops was a graphic artist who spent most of his life in Paris, although he was born in Belgium where he had attended the Namur Académie. In 1856 he founded the satirical weekly ‘Uylenspiegel’. He engraved and illustrated the works of the great such as Baudelaire and Barbey d’Aurevilly. …
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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. Website artist: sensuousmuse.com  

Mark Blanton

Satyromania – Mark Blanton Mark Blanton was one of the first artsts to join the Studio section of our forums. He is a skilled pin-up artist, but he is a lot more than that. Look at these fine drawings connecting historical erotic imagery with today’s. Website artist: www.popartpinups.com      

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; he had a hard time finishing his education. If we look at his paintings we see people who seem to …
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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, mean and greedy people. Like many artists of his generation, Grosz had been traumatized by the atrocities of World War …
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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 Painter and Copper Engraver. Fendi produced delicate watercolors of the Emperor and his family. He died in 1842, leaving an …
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The Chinese Smile

The Chinese Smile

The Chinese Smile It is our prejudice that Chinese people smile, not because they are happy or polite, but because they are trying to hide the fact that they get a terrible headache from having to deal with anybody who is not Chinese, but look at these anonymous pictures from the 18th and 19th Century …
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