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The Secret Art of an English Gentleman
"Taschen unearths an astonishing cache of mid-century English erotica, full of sly humour, brute passion and metasexual sophistication".
Thomas Leycester Poulton was an English magazine and medical book illustrator, born in 1897. Upon his death in 1963, it was discovered he was also a prolific and imaginative erotic artist who produced hundreds of sketches and finished drawings of women proudly and exuberantly displaying themselves in ways shocking to conservative post-war Britain. The archive remained hidden until the 1990s, when a collector of erotic artifacts passed it on to a fellow collector willing to share it with the world. Though Tom Poulton's work tells us much about English society between 1948 and 1963, there is a universal quality to these images of joyous, uninhibited sexuality that transcends time and place.