Etienne Le Rallic
Etienne Le Rallic (1891 - 1968) was a French illustrator one of the most prominent French illustrators and realistic comic artists of the 1930s through the 1950s. His first drawings were published in Le Rire in 1910. He was one of the pioneers of the comic strip in France.
Using the pseudonym R. Fanny, Etienne Le Rallic created M/F and F/F spanking art illustrations in the 1930s. Those best known are monochrome golden-brown illustrations for the spanking novel La Volupté du Fouet by Armand du Loup (1939).
In the 1940s and 1950s, Etienne Le Rallic devoted himself more and more to comics, and specialized in drawing realistic Western and Colonial Adventure comics. The artist also illustrated children's books and other publications.
- R. Fanny gallery with 8 images from La Volupté du Fouet on Discipline Domestique
- La Volupté du Fouet illustrations (12 images) on the Italian Spanking Art Pages
- La Volupté du Fouet illustrations (11 images) on Il Sottile Piacere
- Etienne Le Rallic - brief biography on Le Rallic's work as a comic creator
- Etienne Le Rallic - a website on the artist with a brief biography, a photo, and other information (auto-translated from the original French version)
- Etienne Le Rallic on Vintage Visions
- Etienne Le Rallic on Le journal de la fessée
- Books for Trade: DU LOUP, ARMAND – La Volupté du Fouet Paris, Aux Editions Prima. 1938 Illustrated by R.Fanny (Le Rallic)