Bernard Montorgueil’s art depicting Feminine and elegant Ladies in complete control of male slaves must have been somewhat of a novelty in his day, when the notion of servile males wasn’t as openly embraced. You’ve come a long way, baby—and thank goodness for that.
I happen particularly enjoy the above images from his collection. They aren’t the most graphic or outrageous, but they truly do convey a casual elegance and sensuality in the Females, who keep their males completely nude in the household while they remain opulently dressed and living beautifully. The males are kept instruments of pleasure—mere toys for the amusement of their Mistresses, who use the exposed and vulnerable bodies of their slaves for their own pleasures at their own whims. This embodies the image of Female Supremacy in art; men reduced to animal simplicity and arousal and Women living in elegance, served and obeyed passionately. I like that!