There has been some talk already on this site about classic erotic drawings.
One of the classics for the late 1700’s is Thomas Rowlandson. He created some rather tame images of landscapes and farm scenes. However, what he is well known for is his erotic prints.
What I love about his work is that the men and women he depicts are not the god and goddesses normally displayed in art. They are the everyday man.
Some of my favorites.
Just look at the man sitting there with a raging hard on with all those women to choose from. Man. He must be in heaven. And the women are displaying all their charms to him, buttocks, breasts, and cunnys in hope that he will pick them to sate his vigor.
The French Dancers At Morning Rehearsal.
This image is filled with wanton frolic. The man in the middle has stood at attention as he plays his fiddle for of the curvy dancer to the left. The man in the back is futtering the one woman with the hat on, while playing the fiddle. Hum… can any man do that? Play the fiddle while diddling? I wonder what the music would sound like?
He also did this image… Family on a journey laying the dust.
I have never quite understood the sexual turn on with urine, well beyond it being a form of humiliation and in that case it is the humilitation not the urine itself that is the turn on.
Quite a bit of erotic literature from the late 1800’s is filled with this. Young men getting hard while watching a woman pee. Maybe someone here can help explain the sexual arousal element in this?
The golden shower is also mentioned often in Story Of The Eye. If you have not read this classic… you should... This book has some major fetishes in it. Sadomasochism, underage orgies, golden showers, necrophilia, and eggs. It is quite a mixture meant to shock.