Sidonia the Enchantress

I first got to know the beautiful and astonishingly influential Sidonia von Bork, the amazing force behind the English Mansion, in the early part of my career. Characteristically helpful towards an artist, she wanted to commission an artwork as she has done several times since. She named herself after a renowned German/Pomeranian femme fatale of the 16th Century who was accused of all sorts of wickedness. The pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones made her the subject of one of his paintings.

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The present-day Sidonia is thoroughly English and in character nothing like the historical figure of course-all visitors leave the English Mansion completely safe and sound!  I was intrigued enough then to make my own drawing of her, dressed in a similar Renaissance costume.

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Now I have returned to this historical theme for another series of the Japanese femdom magazine “Goddess Love”(女神の愛 ) depicting Sidonia as an enchantress, transforming the men who come to her Mansion and become enslaved in her universe. The costume is loosely medieval though this being a fantasy she is wearing modern-day stockings when she wishes…well – she is an enchantress so she can have what she wants.

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The Swing. (The title in Japanese means “Enchantress”)
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An adjustable swing-chair for Sidonia’s moments of relaxation.
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Morning hair-brushing
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In the rose garden

Visit Sidonia’s amazing and extensive femdom member site at

http://www.theenglishmansion.com

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http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/4776915146

The magazine “Goddess Love”, unfortunately not for sale outside Japan.

 

 

7 thoughts on “Sidonia the Enchantress

  1. Undoubtly, Mistress Sidonia is a beautiful and fascinating woman, but with your great art, you made her one of the most beautiful women in the world…”In the Rose Garden” is, in my modest opinion, another of your great masterpieces.

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