Horst P. Horst, (German 1906-1999), Male Nude I, 1952.
Horst P. Horst, (German 1906-1999), Male Nude I, 1952.

Silver print (printed later), signed by Horst in pencil (in the margin) and signed by Horst in pencil (verso), 43.8cm x 36cm, (framed 69cm x 59cm). This abstracted nude was part of a series of 9 nudes made for an exhibition in Paris in 1953. This image featured in 2016 V & A retrospective. £7,500

Herbert List, (German 1903-1975), Untitled.
Herbert List, (German 1903-1975), Untitled.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 29cm x 23.5cm, unframed. List’s classically posed black-and-white compositions, particularly his homoerotic male nudes taken in Italy and Greece, were hugely influential in modern photography and contemporary fashion photography. £2750

Carl van Vechten, (American 1880-1964), St Sebastian (Hugh Laing), c.1936.
Carl van Vechten, (American 1880-1964), St Sebastian (Hugh Laing), c.1936.

Silver Print, 35cm x 27cm (framed 63cm x 53cm). Van Vechten is most famous for his portraiture photography, however, he also took private images homoerotic images. For further information see The Homoerotic Photography of Carl Van Vechten: Public Face, Private Thoughts, James Smalls, (Temple University Press, 2006). £2,500

Patrick Sarfati, (French b.1958), Marin et Chaise, 1982.
Patrick Sarfati, (French b.1958), Marin et Chaise, 1982.

Silver print, signed and dated (verso), edition 2/8, 36cm x 26cm, unframed. A photographer since 1979, Patrick Sarfati specialises in images of the male body. In the 80s he photographed Keith Haring, Jeanne Moreau, Grace Jones and Jean-Paul Gaultier. He has had numerous exhibitions of his work around the world. £950

Patrick Sarfati, (French b.1958), In Memory of James Dean, 1982.
Patrick Sarfati, (French b.1958), In Memory of James Dean, 1982.

Silver print, 30cm x 20cm, unframed. A photographer since 1979, Patrick Sarfati specialises in images of the male body. In the 80s he photographed Keith Haring, Jeanne Moreau, Grace Jones and Jean-Paul Gaultier. He has had numerous exhibitions of his work around the world. £600

Mike Disfarmer, (American 1884-1959), Two Pals with Cigarettes, 1944.
Mike Disfarmer, (American 1884-1959), Two Pals with Cigarettes, 1944.

Silver print, 18cm x 32cm (image size), 27cm x 35.5cm (plate size), printed posthumously and stamped ‘The Disfarmer Collection’, numbered ‘14/75’, unframed. Disfarmer captured the lives of rural Arkansas during the two World Wars and the Great Depression. His portraits have been hailed as "a classical episode in the history of American photography." £4,500

Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Tony Sansone, c.1930-40.
Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Tony Sansone, c.1930-40.

Silver print, 25cm x 18cm, printed c.1950 from an original negative owned by Tony Sansome. The work is framed within a needlework border by Walter Crane (British 1845-1915). The work was previously owned and framed by fashion designer and curator, J W Anderson. £3,000

Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Tony Sansone, c.1930-40.
Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Tony Sansone, c.1930-40.

Silver Print, studio stamp (verso), 25cm x 20cm (framed 52cm x 42cm). In the mid-1920s, Townsend supplemented studio income from portraiture with nudes (sold to "art magazines" and privately by mail order), by shooting male physique photographs. Sansone was the most famous of his models. £1,750

Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Nude with Chains, c.1930-40.
Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Nude with Chains, c.1930-40.

Silver Print on board, 25cm x 20cm, (framed 52cm x 42cm). In the mid-1920s, Townsend supplemented studio income from portraiture with nudes (sold to "art magazines" and privately by mail order), by shooting male physique photographs. Sansone was the most famous of his models. £1,500

Studio Arax (Paris), Male Physique Model, c.1940s.
Studio Arax (Paris), Male Physique Model, c.1940s.

Vintage bromide print, studio stamp (recto), 23.5cm x 17cm, unframed. Studio Arax produced work from the 1930s to the 1950s in Paris, featuring classic images of young men, with perfect physiques. £400

Studio Arax (Paris), Two Male Physique Models, c.1940s
Studio Arax (Paris), Two Male Physique Models, c.1940s

Vintage bromide print, studio stamp (recto), 23.5cm x 17cm, unframed. Studio Arax produced work from the 1930s to the 1950s in Paris, featuring classic images of young men, with perfect physiques. £400

Studio Arax (Paris), Male Physique Model, c.1940s.
Studio Arax (Paris), Male Physique Model, c.1940s.

Vintage bromide print, studio stamp (recto), 23.5cm x 17cm, unframed. Studio Arax produced work from the 1930s to the 1950s in Paris, featuring classic images of young men, with perfect physiques. £400

Jean-Marc Prouveur, (French b.1956), Study for War Memorial, 1982/84.
Jean-Marc Prouveur, (French b.1956), Study for War Memorial, 1982/84.

Black & white photographs on paper, titled ‘Study for War Memorial’ (lower left) and signed and numbered ‘1/3’ (lower right), 86cm x 60cm framed. Prouveur was a collaborator of Derek Jarman. This work was exhibited at the Edward Totah Gallery in 1984 and owned by a producer of Jarman’s film Sebastiane. £2,000

Robert Mapplethorpe, (American 1946-1989) & Hendrik Goltzius (Dutch 1558-1617), Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition, 2004.
Robert Mapplethorpe, (American 1946-1989) & Hendrik Goltzius (Dutch 1558-1617), Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition, 2004.

Diavography (print) on hand-made Hahnemühle rag paper, stamped Deutsche Guggenheim and numbered ‘67/100’, 55cm x 88cm (61cm x 95cm framed). Produced to coincide with ‘Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition’, Deutsche Guggenhim exhibition, 2004. £950

André Steiner, (Hungarian 1901-1978) Le Plongeur, 1933.
André Steiner, (Hungarian 1901-1978) Le Plongeur, 1933.

Silver print, 23cm x 18cm, unframed. Steiner was Hungarian who moved to Paris in the 1920s. An accomplished athlete, he was drawn to the body as a subject. £2,000

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nok Thailand, 1989.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nok Thailand, 1989.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson. £400

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Perry, 1986.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Perry, 1986.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson. £400

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick A, 1980.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick A, 1980.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson. £400

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Eric, 1981.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Eric, 1981.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson. £400

Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'For a Definition of the Nude', 2000.
Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'For a Definition of the Nude', 2000.

Silver colour print, signed and numbered ‘9/10’ (verso), 41cm x 31cm, unframed. Yeros is a hugely influential Greek artist-photographer, who has exhibited throughout the world. He is also known for his photographic portraiture of individuals such as Quentin Crisp, Gore Vidal, Ai Wei Wei and Louise Bourgeois. £500

George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Thompson and Brown, 1982.
George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Thompson and Brown, 1982.

Silver Print, titled (lower left) and signed (lower right), 24cm x 23cm (print size), framed. Based in New Orleans, Dureau was a painter, sculptor, and photographer known for his focus on the male nude. Often compared to Robert Mapplethorpe’s work, Dureau’s black male nudes predate Mapplethorpe’s Black Book pictures by several years. £750

Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.
Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 23cm x 16cm, unframed. Fahrmeyer settled in New York in 1984 and has since produced work that has appeared in numerous magazines, and books of his own work. £400

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.

Silver print, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,300

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Nude on the Stairs, 1970.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Nude on the Stairs, 1970.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 19cm x 19cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,200

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Feathers, c.1980.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Feathers, c.1980.

Silver print, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,200

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Mountain Fantasy.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Mountain Fantasy.

Silver print, signed, titled and numbered 1/25, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,400

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Untitled, c.1980.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Untitled, c.1980.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 19cm x 19cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,200

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.

Silver print, signed, titled, and numbered 1/25, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,400

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Man with Trousers, c.1980.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Man with Trousers, c.1980.

Silver print, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,200

Wilhelm von Gloeden, (German 1856-1931), Young man with Coronet of Flowers (Vergilino), c.1890.
Wilhelm von Gloeden, (German 1856-1931), Young man with Coronet of Flowers (Vergilino), c.1890.

Albumen Print, 22cm x 18cm, (framed 52cm x 42cm). A German photographer, based in Sicily, whosework captured local youth, often in staged classical settings. £2,500

Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man with Coronette of Flowers, c.1880.
Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man with Coronette of Flowers, c.1880.

Albumen print, 23cm x 17.5cm unframed. A German photographer who moved to Italy and became known for his photos of local youths, predominantly males. He was also the cousin of Wilhelm von Gloeden. £1,800

Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man on Leopard Skin, c.1890.
Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man on Leopard Skin, c.1890.

Albumen print, studio stamp (verso), and marked no. '6270' in pencil, 22.5cm x 16cm, unframed. A German photographer who moved to Italy and became known for his nude photos of local youths, predominantly males. He was also the cousin of Wilhelm von Gloeden. £2,400

Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852-1930), Musician, c.1900.
Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852-1930), Musician, c.1900.

Albumen print, 22.5cm x 16.5cm, (framed 52cm x 42cm). A German photographer who moved to Sicily and became known for his nude photos of local youths, predominantly males. He was also the cousin of Wilhelm von Gloeden. £2,750

Unattributed, Male Figure in an Artist's Studio, c.1930.
Unattributed, Male Figure in an Artist's Studio, c.1930.

photographic print on postcard, 14cm x 9cm, unframed. The model in the photograph is acting as a life model for the artist, who is either producing a painting or sculpture. This is possibly the studio of the Italian painter Achille Funi. £400

Studio Harcourt, Male Figure, c.1935-40.
Studio Harcourt, Male Figure, c.1935-40.

Silver print, 24cm x 18cm, unframed. Based in Paris, Studio Harcourt was founded in 1934 by the brothers Lacroix. It is particularly known in particular for its black and-white photographs of movie stars and celebrities. The Studio is still in existence. £200

Lehnert & Landrock, (Czech 1878-1948, Swiss 1878-1966), Mohamed in Repose, 1905.
Lehnert & Landrock, (Czech 1878-1948, Swiss 1878-1966), Mohamed in Repose, 1905.

Silver print, Studio Stamp (lower right), 24cm x 18cm, unframed. Lehnert & Landrock were a photographic duo active in North Africa in the early 20th century. They created images of the scenes and people they encountered in Morocco, Egypt and Tunisia. £2,400

Lehnert & Landrock, (Czech 1878-1948, Swiss 1878-1966), Ahmed in Conversation, Tunis, 1906.
Lehnert & Landrock, (Czech 1878-1948, Swiss 1878-1966), Ahmed in Conversation, Tunis, 1906.

Silver print, stamped 'Depose, Lehnert & Landrock phot. Tunis, 1045' (verso), Studio stamp (recto), 24cm x 18cm, unframed. Lehnert & Landrock were a photographic duo active in North Africa in the early 20th century. They created images of the scenes and people they encountered in Morocco, Egypt and Tunisia. £2,200

Christoph Andres, (German b.1958), 'Wer Wohin' 0-45, 1991.
Christoph Andres, (German b.1958), 'Wer Wohin' 0-45, 1991.

Black and White photomontage, signed and dated in pencil (verso), and titled 'Wer Wohin 0-45', no 2 in edition of 3, 60cm x 43cm, unframed. This artist lives and works in Stuttgart. His work is included in the State Gallery. The portrait belongs to the 49-part installation "WHO WOHIN" from 1991. £400

Hideo Hamitaki, (Japanese), Male Portrait, 1931.
Hideo Hamitaki, (Japanese), Male Portrait, 1931.

Silver print, 23cm x 17cm, unframed. Little is known of this photographer. In embracing modernism, his work is unusual for Japanese photography of the 1930s. £550

Jimane, (French), Abandon, 2002.
Jimane, (French), Abandon, 2002.

Silver print on Fuji paper, signed in pen and titled 'Abandon - 2002, 1/3, Jimane', 30.5cm x 20cm, unframed. The life of the French photographer was cut short by being killed whilst in Morocco. The small amount of work that is available, focuses on the male form in Morocco. £600

Jimane, (French), Nomadisme, 2000.
Jimane, (French), Nomadisme, 2000.

Silver print on Fuji paper, 30cm x 18cm, unframed. The life of the French photographer was cut short by being killed whilst in Morocco. The small amount of work that is available, focuses on the male form in Morocco. £500

Herman Puig, (Cuban b.1928), Untitled, 1980.
Herman Puig, (Cuban b.1928), Untitled, 1980.

Silver print, signed, dated and marked 'Paris' (lower right), 60cm x 43cm, unframed. Puig is a pioneer of male nude photography. Born in Havana, where he began his early work, his ascendancy started in Catalonia, rising to fame in France. £900

Horst P. Horst, (German 1906-1999), Male Nude I, 1952.
Herbert List, (German 1903-1975), Untitled.
Carl van Vechten, (American 1880-1964), St Sebastian (Hugh Laing), c.1936.
Patrick Sarfati, (French b.1958), Marin et Chaise, 1982.
Patrick Sarfati, (French b.1958), In Memory of James Dean, 1982.
Mike Disfarmer, (American 1884-1959), Two Pals with Cigarettes, 1944.
Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Tony Sansone, c.1930-40.
Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Tony Sansone, c.1930-40.
Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Nude with Chains, c.1930-40.
Studio Arax (Paris), Male Physique Model, c.1940s.
Studio Arax (Paris), Two Male Physique Models, c.1940s
Studio Arax (Paris), Male Physique Model, c.1940s.
Jean-Marc Prouveur, (French b.1956), Study for War Memorial, 1982/84.
Robert Mapplethorpe, (American 1946-1989) & Hendrik Goltzius (Dutch 1558-1617), Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition, 2004.
André Steiner, (Hungarian 1901-1978) Le Plongeur, 1933.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nok Thailand, 1989.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Perry, 1986.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick A, 1980.
Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Eric, 1981.
Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'For a Definition of the Nude', 2000.
George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Thompson and Brown, 1982.
Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Nude on the Stairs, 1970.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Feathers, c.1980.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Mountain Fantasy.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Untitled, c.1980.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.
Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Man with Trousers, c.1980.
Wilhelm von Gloeden, (German 1856-1931), Young man with Coronet of Flowers (Vergilino), c.1890.
Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man with Coronette of Flowers, c.1880.
Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man on Leopard Skin, c.1890.
Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852-1930), Musician, c.1900.
Unattributed, Male Figure in an Artist's Studio, c.1930.
Studio Harcourt, Male Figure, c.1935-40.
Lehnert & Landrock, (Czech 1878-1948, Swiss 1878-1966), Mohamed in Repose, 1905.
Lehnert & Landrock, (Czech 1878-1948, Swiss 1878-1966), Ahmed in Conversation, Tunis, 1906.
Christoph Andres, (German b.1958), 'Wer Wohin' 0-45, 1991.
Hideo Hamitaki, (Japanese), Male Portrait, 1931.
Jimane, (French), Abandon, 2002.
Jimane, (French), Nomadisme, 2000.
Herman Puig, (Cuban b.1928), Untitled, 1980.
Horst P. Horst, (German 1906-1999), Male Nude I, 1952.

Silver print (printed later), signed by Horst in pencil (in the margin) and signed by Horst in pencil (verso), 43.8cm x 36cm, (framed 69cm x 59cm). This abstracted nude was part of a series of 9 nudes made for an exhibition in Paris in 1953. This image featured in 2016 V & A retrospective. £7,500

Herbert List, (German 1903-1975), Untitled.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 29cm x 23.5cm, unframed. List’s classically posed black-and-white compositions, particularly his homoerotic male nudes taken in Italy and Greece, were hugely influential in modern photography and contemporary fashion photography. £2750

Carl van Vechten, (American 1880-1964), St Sebastian (Hugh Laing), c.1936.

Silver Print, 35cm x 27cm (framed 63cm x 53cm). Van Vechten is most famous for his portraiture photography, however, he also took private images homoerotic images. For further information see The Homoerotic Photography of Carl Van Vechten: Public Face, Private Thoughts, James Smalls, (Temple University Press, 2006). £2,500

Patrick Sarfati, (French b.1958), Marin et Chaise, 1982.

Silver print, signed and dated (verso), edition 2/8, 36cm x 26cm, unframed. A photographer since 1979, Patrick Sarfati specialises in images of the male body. In the 80s he photographed Keith Haring, Jeanne Moreau, Grace Jones and Jean-Paul Gaultier. He has had numerous exhibitions of his work around the world. £950

Patrick Sarfati, (French b.1958), In Memory of James Dean, 1982.

Silver print, 30cm x 20cm, unframed. A photographer since 1979, Patrick Sarfati specialises in images of the male body. In the 80s he photographed Keith Haring, Jeanne Moreau, Grace Jones and Jean-Paul Gaultier. He has had numerous exhibitions of his work around the world. £600

Mike Disfarmer, (American 1884-1959), Two Pals with Cigarettes, 1944.

Silver print, 18cm x 32cm (image size), 27cm x 35.5cm (plate size), printed posthumously and stamped ‘The Disfarmer Collection’, numbered ‘14/75’, unframed. Disfarmer captured the lives of rural Arkansas during the two World Wars and the Great Depression. His portraits have been hailed as "a classical episode in the history of American photography." £4,500

Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Tony Sansone, c.1930-40.

Silver print, 25cm x 18cm, printed c.1950 from an original negative owned by Tony Sansome. The work is framed within a needlework border by Walter Crane (British 1845-1915). The work was previously owned and framed by fashion designer and curator, J W Anderson. £3,000

Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Tony Sansone, c.1930-40.

Silver Print, studio stamp (verso), 25cm x 20cm (framed 52cm x 42cm). In the mid-1920s, Townsend supplemented studio income from portraiture with nudes (sold to "art magazines" and privately by mail order), by shooting male physique photographs. Sansone was the most famous of his models. £1,750

Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Nude with Chains, c.1930-40.

Silver Print on board, 25cm x 20cm, (framed 52cm x 42cm). In the mid-1920s, Townsend supplemented studio income from portraiture with nudes (sold to "art magazines" and privately by mail order), by shooting male physique photographs. Sansone was the most famous of his models. £1,500

Studio Arax (Paris), Male Physique Model, c.1940s.

Vintage bromide print, studio stamp (recto), 23.5cm x 17cm, unframed. Studio Arax produced work from the 1930s to the 1950s in Paris, featuring classic images of young men, with perfect physiques. £400

Studio Arax (Paris), Two Male Physique Models, c.1940s

Vintage bromide print, studio stamp (recto), 23.5cm x 17cm, unframed. Studio Arax produced work from the 1930s to the 1950s in Paris, featuring classic images of young men, with perfect physiques. £400

Studio Arax (Paris), Male Physique Model, c.1940s.

Vintage bromide print, studio stamp (recto), 23.5cm x 17cm, unframed. Studio Arax produced work from the 1930s to the 1950s in Paris, featuring classic images of young men, with perfect physiques. £400

Jean-Marc Prouveur, (French b.1956), Study for War Memorial, 1982/84.

Black & white photographs on paper, titled ‘Study for War Memorial’ (lower left) and signed and numbered ‘1/3’ (lower right), 86cm x 60cm framed. Prouveur was a collaborator of Derek Jarman. This work was exhibited at the Edward Totah Gallery in 1984 and owned by a producer of Jarman’s film Sebastiane. £2,000

Robert Mapplethorpe, (American 1946-1989) & Hendrik Goltzius (Dutch 1558-1617), Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition, 2004.

Diavography (print) on hand-made Hahnemühle rag paper, stamped Deutsche Guggenheim and numbered ‘67/100’, 55cm x 88cm (61cm x 95cm framed). Produced to coincide with ‘Mapplethorpe & the Classical Tradition’, Deutsche Guggenhim exhibition, 2004. £950

André Steiner, (Hungarian 1901-1978) Le Plongeur, 1933.

Silver print, 23cm x 18cm, unframed. Steiner was Hungarian who moved to Paris in the 1920s. An accomplished athlete, he was drawn to the body as a subject. £2,000

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nok Thailand, 1989.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson. £400

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Perry, 1986.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson. £400

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Nick A, 1980.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson. £400

Ian David Baker, (British b.1945), Eric, 1981.

Silver print, 21cm x 32cm (Image size), signed and dated (verso), unframed. Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. More recently he collaborated with the fashion designer J W Anderson. £400

Dimitris Yeros, (Greek b.1948), From the Series 'For a Definition of the Nude', 2000.

Silver colour print, signed and numbered ‘9/10’ (verso), 41cm x 31cm, unframed. Yeros is a hugely influential Greek artist-photographer, who has exhibited throughout the world. He is also known for his photographic portraiture of individuals such as Quentin Crisp, Gore Vidal, Ai Wei Wei and Louise Bourgeois. £500

George Dureau, (American 1930-2014), Thompson and Brown, 1982.

Silver Print, titled (lower left) and signed (lower right), 24cm x 23cm (print size), framed. Based in New Orleans, Dureau was a painter, sculptor, and photographer known for his focus on the male nude. Often compared to Robert Mapplethorpe’s work, Dureau’s black male nudes predate Mapplethorpe’s Black Book pictures by several years. £750

Hans Fahrmeyer, (German b.1953), Male Figure, c.1990.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 23cm x 16cm, unframed. Fahrmeyer settled in New York in 1984 and has since produced work that has appeared in numerous magazines, and books of his own work. £400

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.

Silver print, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,300

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Nude on the Stairs, 1970.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 19cm x 19cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,200

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Feathers, c.1980.

Silver print, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,200

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Mountain Fantasy.

Silver print, signed, titled and numbered 1/25, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,400

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Untitled, c.1980.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 19cm x 19cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,200

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), The Book Dealer.

Silver print, signed, titled, and numbered 1/25, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,400

Arthur Tress, (American b.1940), Man with Trousers, c.1980.

Silver print, 20.5cm x 20cm, unframed. Known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body, Tress cites his influences as Hokusai, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, El Lissitzky, Duane Michaels and W Eugene Smith. £1,200

Wilhelm von Gloeden, (German 1856-1931), Young man with Coronet of Flowers (Vergilino), c.1890.

Albumen Print, 22cm x 18cm, (framed 52cm x 42cm). A German photographer, based in Sicily, whosework captured local youth, often in staged classical settings. £2,500

Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man with Coronette of Flowers, c.1880.

Albumen print, 23cm x 17.5cm unframed. A German photographer who moved to Italy and became known for his photos of local youths, predominantly males. He was also the cousin of Wilhelm von Gloeden. £1,800

Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852–1930), Young Man on Leopard Skin, c.1890.

Albumen print, studio stamp (verso), and marked no. '6270' in pencil, 22.5cm x 16cm, unframed. A German photographer who moved to Italy and became known for his nude photos of local youths, predominantly males. He was also the cousin of Wilhelm von Gloeden. £2,400

Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852-1930), Musician, c.1900.

Albumen print, 22.5cm x 16.5cm, (framed 52cm x 42cm). A German photographer who moved to Sicily and became known for his nude photos of local youths, predominantly males. He was also the cousin of Wilhelm von Gloeden. £2,750

Unattributed, Male Figure in an Artist's Studio, c.1930.

photographic print on postcard, 14cm x 9cm, unframed. The model in the photograph is acting as a life model for the artist, who is either producing a painting or sculpture. This is possibly the studio of the Italian painter Achille Funi. £400

Studio Harcourt, Male Figure, c.1935-40.

Silver print, 24cm x 18cm, unframed. Based in Paris, Studio Harcourt was founded in 1934 by the brothers Lacroix. It is particularly known in particular for its black and-white photographs of movie stars and celebrities. The Studio is still in existence. £200

Lehnert & Landrock, (Czech 1878-1948, Swiss 1878-1966), Mohamed in Repose, 1905.

Silver print, Studio Stamp (lower right), 24cm x 18cm, unframed. Lehnert & Landrock were a photographic duo active in North Africa in the early 20th century. They created images of the scenes and people they encountered in Morocco, Egypt and Tunisia. £2,400

Lehnert & Landrock, (Czech 1878-1948, Swiss 1878-1966), Ahmed in Conversation, Tunis, 1906.

Silver print, stamped 'Depose, Lehnert & Landrock phot. Tunis, 1045' (verso), Studio stamp (recto), 24cm x 18cm, unframed. Lehnert & Landrock were a photographic duo active in North Africa in the early 20th century. They created images of the scenes and people they encountered in Morocco, Egypt and Tunisia. £2,200

Christoph Andres, (German b.1958), 'Wer Wohin' 0-45, 1991.

Black and White photomontage, signed and dated in pencil (verso), and titled 'Wer Wohin 0-45', no 2 in edition of 3, 60cm x 43cm, unframed. This artist lives and works in Stuttgart. His work is included in the State Gallery. The portrait belongs to the 49-part installation "WHO WOHIN" from 1991. £400

Hideo Hamitaki, (Japanese), Male Portrait, 1931.

Silver print, 23cm x 17cm, unframed. Little is known of this photographer. In embracing modernism, his work is unusual for Japanese photography of the 1930s. £550

Jimane, (French), Abandon, 2002.

Silver print on Fuji paper, signed in pen and titled 'Abandon - 2002, 1/3, Jimane', 30.5cm x 20cm, unframed. The life of the French photographer was cut short by being killed whilst in Morocco. The small amount of work that is available, focuses on the male form in Morocco. £600

Jimane, (French), Nomadisme, 2000.

Silver print on Fuji paper, 30cm x 18cm, unframed. The life of the French photographer was cut short by being killed whilst in Morocco. The small amount of work that is available, focuses on the male form in Morocco. £500

Herman Puig, (Cuban b.1928), Untitled, 1980.

Silver print, signed, dated and marked 'Paris' (lower right), 60cm x 43cm, unframed. Puig is a pioneer of male nude photography. Born in Havana, where he began his early work, his ascendancy started in Catalonia, rising to fame in France. £900

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