Art Of Glamour.
Crowned 'King Of The Erotic' by MAXIM magazine,
'...stunning images... THE TIMES

'King Of Erotic' L'ESPRESSO, Italy.

And with countless other accolades across the globe, James Elliott is widely considered the world's leading artist of glamour. His work appears in top newspapers and glossy magazines, stylish coffee table books and prestigious art galleries in London, Paris and New York.
And of course, widely seen by countless millions on the web.

What singles Elliott out is the fact that he is a heavyweight artist and two thirds of his work is not erotic. This is unique. So it's like erotic art by a Dali or a Renoir. The erotica has the same outstanding, timeless stature as the rest of his Art. Elliott's images can take up to 407 hours of work to create. His reputation is global, the work has received unparalleled critical acclaim and his website has drawn over 15 million visitors.

Elliott creates very few, very fine images and created the first real icons of glamour and art erotica. Elliott was also the first photographer in the world to create serious art with curvaceous girls.
That's a fact. His work predates them all.
Prior to Elliott, there was little in glamour or erotic photography that you could really call great Art.
His early fetish photography launched a zillion imitators around the world and had a massive influence on many areas of culture. Think latex Pop Princess and you'll get the idea.

The artist followed this up by ushering in Superglamour. Girls with a kind of supercharged femininity and extraordinary curves. Elliott broke with tradition and the 'fashion stick figure' of the previous 40 years. Long before the Kardashians et al. Elliott's curvaceous girls go right back to the 1980s.

Nowadays he continues to elevate the glamour genre to new heights with his gorgeous work.
Elliott's Art is avidly collected by art collectors, internationally.

The Artist pioneered both Photo Art and Cyber Art, way ahead of the pack.

Elliott is a rare master of glamour and lives in the famous Abbey Road, in central London.