The author of these illustrations is Fernand Louis Gottlob. Some of the images are quite consistent with our JCP theme: if not judicial, then formal or public punishment. For example, the image 4 (03) depicts a girl named Fanny who was punished with a birch in the officers' community for stealing a gold watch from one of the officers. The image 9 (08) shows an abolitionist girl from the American Civil War, punished by order of a slave owner for helping fugutive slaves.When running a search on Roland Brévannes, I noticed that there are several scanned books of his at Gallica, the online arm of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, including a good quality scan of the full book La Flagellation passionnelle, written under the pseudonym Don Brennus Aléra, which is the source of the last two images of his in my previous post:
Here are all ten illustrations in the book (including cover) -- readers of French can access the full text at the link above.
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Searching the Gallica site, I found a fair number of other turn-of-the-century flaggellation and fetish books. I haven't looked through the PDFs yet, but will post any illustrations that are relevant here once I get around to it. I think these may be fairly recent scans as I can't recall seeing them when I previous searched on Gallica.