Charles Hirlemann

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Illustration by Hirlemann from Le Fouet Libertin.
Illustration by Hirlemann from Le Fouet Libertin.
Illustration by Hirlemann from an unknown novel.

Charles Hirlemann was a spanking artist who illustrated French flagellation/spanking novels in the 1920s.

He signed his works C. Ch Hirlemann. His name is identified as G. Hirlemann in some library catalogs, but that is a mistake: the Ch was mistaken for a G. The book The Case of Uncle Tom clearly identifies the name of illustrator (Ch. Hirlemann) and the signature of the artist is identical to that found in sadomasochistic books. Garnier editions published several books where the author's name, Charles Hirlemann, is identified with the full title page: see Rob Roy and The Pirate by Walter Scott.

Illustrated works[edit]

  • Au service du sultan rouge by Henri Gaultier de Saint-Amand (1922/1926)
  • La Filleule de Rose by Maurice d'Apinac (1925)
  • En Russie Rouge by Maurice d'Apinac (1925)
  • Plaisirs de Tibère by Henri Gaultier de Saint-Amand (1929)
  • La Caverne des Supplices by Henri Gaultier de Saint-Amand (1930)
  • Le Fouet Libertin by Allan Cardy
  • Amants féminins
  • Le Calvaire d'un amant
  • La Case de l'oncle Tom
  • Chemises-Culottes et Cheveux Courts
  • La Dominatrice
  • Les Exploits d'un prince russe
  • Famille moderne
  • Les Flagellants passionnés
  • Luce et Jean
  • Miss Dean
  • Nymphes et Satyres modernes
  • Plaisirs de Tibère
  • Sous le règne de Béla Kun
  • Trois jeunes filles dans la tourmente russe

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