Emil Keck, (German 1867-1935), Gladiator, 1886.
Emil Keck, (German 1867-1935), Gladiator, 1886.

Oil on canvas, signed and dated (lower left), 110cm x 80cm, (framed 128cm x 27cm). Keck was a genre painter based in Munich, who exhibited in Germany and also in Vienna.

£9500.00

Georg Jahn, (German 1869-1940), Pferdeschwemme.
Georg Jahn, (German 1869-1940), Pferdeschwemme.

Etching, signed (lower right), 35cm x 49cm (plate size) (framed 57cm x 70cm). Painter and print maker Jahn was born in Meissen. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden, and in a long career, produced over 350 prints.

£2250.00

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Torso, 2008.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Torso, 2008.

Alkyd-oil on masonite board, signed and dated with monogram (lower right), 83cm x 67cm, framed. Please click here for further information about Michael Leonard.

Price on request

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Sleeping Man with Apples, 1996.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Sleeping Man with Apples, 1996.

Graphite pencil on paper, signed and dated with monogram (upper right), 19.5cm x 17.5cm (framed 50cm x 42cm). Please click here for further information about Michael Leonard.

£7,000.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Oil on paper, indistinctly signed (lower left), 57cm x 42cm, framed. This unfinished academic study, early 19th century in style, is very reminiscent of works from the studio of Pierre-Narcisse Guérin (French 1774 – 1833), art teacher to Eugène Delacroix and Théodore Géricault.

£3500.00

Ivon Hitchens, (British 1893-1979), Male Figure with Leg Raised, c.1960.
Ivon Hitchens, (British 1893-1979), Male Figure with Leg Raised, c.1960.

Charcoal on paper, 32.5cm x 20cm, (framed 53cm x 40cm), This work was part of a group of preliminary sketches for Hitchen’s work ‘Day’s Rest, Day’s Work (Polyptych)’ at the University of Sussex. From the collection of Ted Floate, a local woodcutter who assisted Hitchens.

£1250.00

Hans Thoma (German 1839-1924), The Lost Son, 1919.
Hans Thoma (German 1839-1924), The Lost Son, 1919.

Etching on paper, signed in margin (lower right), plate size 29cm x 22cm (framed 51cm x 42cm). Thoma was a painter in German Romantic tradition. This picture is after Hippolyte Flandrin’s famous Jeune homme nu assis au bord de la mer from 1836.

£1400.00

Josef Herman, RA., (Polish 1911-2000), Siesta.
Josef Herman, RA., (Polish 1911-2000), Siesta.

Pencil and grey and coloured washes on paper, 20cm x 25cm (framed 38cm x 44cm). Herman was a highly regarded Polish-British realist painter, whose work often depicted workers as its subject. Exhibited at the Cork Street Gallery in 1969.

£1250.00

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 17, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 17, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore.

£1950.00

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure and Disc, 2018..
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure and Disc, 2018..

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore.

£1950.00

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 11, 2018.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 11, 2018.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower middle), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore.

£1950.00

Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Seated Male Figure, 1994.
Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Seated Male Figure, 1994.

Pencil on paper, signed and dated ‘94’ (lower left), 31cm x 22cm, unframed. Khamdamov is a Soviet and Russian film director and artist. This work is one of many in the collection of Henry Miller Fine Art. Please contact Henry for further information.

£600.00

Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Seated Male Figure with Fan, 1994.
Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Seated Male Figure with Fan, 1994.

Pencil on paper, signed and dated ‘94’ (lower right), 31cm x 22cm, unframed. Khamdamov is a Soviet and Russian film director and artist. This work is one of many in the collection of Henry Miller Fine Art. Please contact Henry for further information.

£600.00

Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Standing Male Figure with Cigarette, 1994.
Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Standing Male Figure with Cigarette, 1994.

Pencil on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 31cm x 22cm, unframed. Khamdamov is a Soviet and Russian film director and artist. This work is one of many in the collection of Henry Miller Fine Art. Please contact Henry for further information.

£500.00

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.

£7,500.00

Vanessa Bell, (British 1879-1961), Photographs of Roger Fry, c.1912-13.
Vanessa Bell, (British 1879-1961), Photographs of Roger Fry, c.1912-13.

Albumen print, 10cm x 8cm (29cm x 25cm framed). Bell and Fry were leading members of the Bloomsbury Group. The photographs are likely to have been taken when they were in relationship together. Provenance: Lytton Strachey.

£3000 for the pair

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

£950.00

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).

£2500.00

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.

£2750.00

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.

£3000.00

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.

£1750.00

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.

£1500.00

Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Physique Study #13, Leon Noll, 1929.
Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Physique Study #13, Leon Noll, 1929.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 22cm x 18cm (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.

£1250.00

Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Standing Male Figure, 1994.
Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Standing Male Figure, 1994.

Pen on paper, 31cm x 22cm, unframed. Khamdamov is a Soviet and Russian film director and artist. This work is one of many in the collection of Henry Miller Fine Art. Please contact Henry for further information.

SOLD

Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Physique Study of D W Landau #8, 1929.
Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Physique Study of D W Landau #8, 1929.

Silver print, signed in red ink (lower right) and studio stamp (verso), 22cm x 18cm (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.

£1250.00

Ivon Hitchens, (British 1893-1979), Standing Male with Head Turned, c.1960.
Ivon Hitchens, (British 1893-1979), Standing Male with Head Turned, c.1960.

Charcoal and red chalk on paper, dated ‘2.1.61’ (lower right), 32.5cm x 20cm, (framed 53cm x 40cm), This work was part of a group of preliminary sketches for Hitchen’s work ‘Day’s Rest, Day’s Work (Polyptych)’ at the University of Sussex. From the collection of Ted Floate, a local woodcutter who assisted Hitchens.

SOLD

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. 

£2750.00

Henry Scott Tuke, RA., (British 1858-1929), Portrait of Young Man, 1879.
Henry Scott Tuke, RA., (British 1858-1929), Portrait of Young Man, 1879.

Oil on canvas board, signed and dated (middle right), 14cm x 11.5cm, (framed 18.5cm x 16cm). Best known for his paintings of young men. Exhibited by Fine Art Society, London. Literature: Catching the Light, the Art and Life of Henry Scott Tuke, Catherine Wallace, p.19.

SOLD

Emil Keck, (German 1867-1935), Gladiator, 1886.
Georg Jahn, (German 1869-1940), Pferdeschwemme.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Torso, 2008.
Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Sleeping Man with Apples, 1996.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
Ivon Hitchens, (British 1893-1979), Male Figure with Leg Raised, c.1960.
Hans Thoma (German 1839-1924), The Lost Son, 1919.
Josef Herman, RA., (Polish 1911-2000), Siesta.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 17, 2017.
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure and Disc, 2018..
Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 11, 2018.
Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Seated Male Figure, 1994.
Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Seated Male Figure with Fan, 1994.
Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Standing Male Figure with Cigarette, 1994.
Horst P. Horst, (German 1906-1999), Male Nude I, 1952.
Vanessa Bell, (British 1879-1961), Photographs of Roger Fry, c.1912-13.
Patrick Sarfiti, (French b.1958), Marin et Chaise, 1982.
Carl van Vechten, (American 1880-1964), St Sebastian (Hugh Laing), c.1936.
Herbert List, (German 1903-1975), Untitled.
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.
Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Physique Study #13, Leon Noll, 1929.
Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Standing Male Figure, 1994.
Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Physique Study of D W Landau #8, 1929.
Ivon Hitchens, (British 1893-1979), Standing Male with Head Turned, c.1960.
Guglielmo Plüschow, (German 1852-1930), Musician, c.1900.
Henry Scott Tuke, RA., (British 1858-1929), Portrait of Young Man, 1879.
Emil Keck, (German 1867-1935), Gladiator, 1886.

Oil on canvas, signed and dated (lower left), 110cm x 80cm, (framed 128cm x 27cm). Keck was a genre painter based in Munich, who exhibited in Germany and also in Vienna.

£9500.00

Georg Jahn, (German 1869-1940), Pferdeschwemme.

Etching, signed (lower right), 35cm x 49cm (plate size) (framed 57cm x 70cm). Painter and print maker Jahn was born in Meissen. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden, and in a long career, produced over 350 prints.

£2250.00

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Torso, 2008.

Alkyd-oil on masonite board, signed and dated with monogram (lower right), 83cm x 67cm, framed. Please click here for further information about Michael Leonard.

Price on request

Michael Leonard, (British b.1933), Sleeping Man with Apples, 1996.

Graphite pencil on paper, signed and dated with monogram (upper right), 19.5cm x 17.5cm (framed 50cm x 42cm). Please click here for further information about Michael Leonard.

£7,000.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Oil on paper, indistinctly signed (lower left), 57cm x 42cm, framed. This unfinished academic study, early 19th century in style, is very reminiscent of works from the studio of Pierre-Narcisse Guérin (French 1774 – 1833), art teacher to Eugène Delacroix and Théodore Géricault.

£3500.00

Ivon Hitchens, (British 1893-1979), Male Figure with Leg Raised, c.1960.

Charcoal on paper, 32.5cm x 20cm, (framed 53cm x 40cm), This work was part of a group of preliminary sketches for Hitchen’s work ‘Day’s Rest, Day’s Work (Polyptych)’ at the University of Sussex. From the collection of Ted Floate, a local woodcutter who assisted Hitchens.

£1250.00

Hans Thoma (German 1839-1924), The Lost Son, 1919.

Etching on paper, signed in margin (lower right), plate size 29cm x 22cm (framed 51cm x 42cm). Thoma was a painter in German Romantic tradition. This picture is after Hippolyte Flandrin’s famous Jeune homme nu assis au bord de la mer from 1836.

£1400.00

Josef Herman, RA., (Polish 1911-2000), Siesta.

Pencil and grey and coloured washes on paper, 20cm x 25cm (framed 38cm x 44cm). Herman was a highly regarded Polish-British realist painter, whose work often depicted workers as its subject. Exhibited at the Cork Street Gallery in 1969.

£1250.00

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 17, 2017.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore.

£1950.00

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure and Disc, 2018..

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower right), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore.

£1950.00

Ian Cook, R.I., R.S.W., (Scottish b. 1951), Figure 11, 2018.

Acrylic on paper, signed (lower middle), 78 cm x 55cm (119cm x 84cm framed). Cook graduated from Glasgow School of Art. After two travelling scholarships to Spain and Africa he focused primarily on indigenous subject matter. Many of his works are sourced from Latin American, African and European mythology and folklore.

£1950.00

Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Seated Male Figure, 1994.

Pencil on paper, signed and dated ‘94’ (lower left), 31cm x 22cm, unframed. Khamdamov is a Soviet and Russian film director and artist. This work is one of many in the collection of Henry Miller Fine Art. Please contact Henry for further information.

£600.00

Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Seated Male Figure with Fan, 1994.

Pencil on paper, signed and dated ‘94’ (lower right), 31cm x 22cm, unframed. Khamdamov is a Soviet and Russian film director and artist. This work is one of many in the collection of Henry Miller Fine Art. Please contact Henry for further information.

£600.00

Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Standing Male Figure with Cigarette, 1994.

Pencil on paper, signed and dated (lower right), 31cm x 22cm, unframed. Khamdamov is a Soviet and Russian film director and artist. This work is one of many in the collection of Henry Miller Fine Art. Please contact Henry for further information.

£500.00

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.

£7,500.00

Vanessa Bell, (British 1879-1961), Photographs of Roger Fry, c.1912-13.

Albumen print, 10cm x 8cm (29cm x 25cm framed). Bell and Fry were leading members of the Bloomsbury Group. The photographs are likely to have been taken when they were in relationship together. Provenance: Lytton Strachey.

£3000 for the pair

Patrick Sarfiti, (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.

£950.00

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).

£2500.00

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.

£2750.00

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.

£3000.00

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.

£1750.00

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.

£1500.00

Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Physique Study #13, Leon Noll, 1929.

Silver print, studio stamp (verso), 22cm x 18cm (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.

£1250.00

Rustam Khamdamov, (Usbekistan b.1944), Standing Male Figure, 1994.

Pen on paper, 31cm x 22cm, unframed. Khamdamov is a Soviet and Russian film director and artist. This work is one of many in the collection of Henry Miller Fine Art. Please contact Henry for further information.

SOLD

Edwin F Townsend, (American 1879-?), Physique Study of D W Landau #8, 1929.

Silver print, signed in red ink (lower right) and studio stamp (verso), 22cm x 18cm (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.

£1250.00

Ivon Hitchens, (British 1893-1979), Standing Male with Head Turned, c.1960.

Charcoal and red chalk on paper, dated ‘2.1.61’ (lower right), 32.5cm x 20cm, (framed 53cm x 40cm), This work was part of a group of preliminary sketches for Hitchen’s work ‘Day’s Rest, Day’s Work (Polyptych)’ at the University of Sussex. From the collection of Ted Floate, a local woodcutter who assisted Hitchens.

SOLD

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. 

£2750.00

Henry Scott Tuke, RA., (British 1858-1929), Portrait of Young Man, 1879.

Oil on canvas board, signed and dated (middle right), 14cm x 11.5cm, (framed 18.5cm x 16cm). Best known for his paintings of young men. Exhibited by Fine Art Society, London. Literature: Catching the Light, the Art and Life of Henry Scott Tuke, Catherine Wallace, p.19.

SOLD

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