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Erotic Art of the Masters the 18th, 19th, 20th Centuries Art & Artists (1974) is a illustrated history of erotica by Bradley Smith.

With an introduction by Henry Miller the book is very much a product of the sexual revolution, celebrating the newly gained freedom. A good introduction to erotic art overall. Emphasis is on Western erotic art, but ample attention is given to the East too. Lawrence Gichner, J. M. Lo Duca and Henry Miller served as consultants.

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Contributors

Balthus, Thomas Bayrle, Aubrey Vincent Beardsley, Hans Bellmer, Francois Boucher, Roland Bourigeaud, Robert Broderson, José Manuel Capuletti, Frederico Castellon, Marc Chagall, Theodore Chasseriau, Jean-Paul Cleren, Gustave Courbet, Salvador Dali, Honore Daumier, John de Andrea, Charles Edouard de Beaumont, Willem de Kooning, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec , Louis de Wet, Edgar Degas, Paul Delvaux, Michel Desimon, Achille Deveria, Dan Douke, Martha Edelheit, Moarch Eveno, Alexandre Fassianos, Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Harriette Frances, Ernst Fuchs, John Henry Fuseli, Paul Gauguin, Jean Baptiste Greuze, George Grosz, Constantin Guys, Suzuki Harunobu, Katsushika Hokusai, Rajasthan India, Ingres, Allen Jones, Morton Kaish, Gustav Klimt, Isoda Korysuai, Eugène le Poitevin, Bernard Louedin, René Magritte, Edouard Manet, Andre Masson, Millet, Didier Moreau, Graham Ovenden, Robert Andrew Parker, Jules Pascin, Pablo Picasso, Jean-Marie Poumeyrol, Mel Ramos, Albert Reiss, Auguste Renoir, Larry Rivers, Modesto Roldan, Georges Rouault, Thomas Rowlandson, Egon Schiele, George Segal, Stanley Spencer, Octave Tassaert, Clara Tice, Kitagawa Utamaro, Michael von Zichy, Andy Warhol, Antoine Watteau, Tom Wesselmann, Franz Xaver Winterhalter, Paul Wunderlich, Julio Agosto Zachrisson & Stefan Zechowski.


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