6 Nude Male Photos are More Art than Science November 06 2013, 0 Comments
A 19th-century photographic invention commonly used for educational purposes comes alive today in this exceedingly rare group of images made from glass lantern slides. The slides, made around 1880, were probably used in medical schools to demonstrate muscle groups and other aspects of male anatomy. Today, the photographs strike us as unusual nude studies, more art than science. Limited edition prints of these beautiful images are available exclusively at PROJECT B.
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Limited edition prints of these beautiful images are available exclusively at PROJECT B.