Título: Men exposed
Editorial: teNeues Verlag, Kempen
Año de publicación: 2005
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included
Edición: 1st Edition
This powerful collection of black and white male nudes is a stunning testament to Peter Arnold's talents as a fine art photographer and artist. Arnold's unique vision is exemplified by his attention to detail, meticulously sculpting these powerful bodies with his original posing and languid lighting. The exact composition of each model's masterful body allows a graphic display of muscle and skin textures to take form. As a result, each image pulses with a heightened sexual energy. This is a collection with an ethereal quality, sure to provoke comment for many years to come. ? Sensuous and strikingly original, a dramatic portrayal of naked man in all his facets ? The power and beauty of the male nude is brought to new heightsAbout the Author:
Peter Arnold's work as a fine art photographer and pictorial artist is known internationally. His best-selling books, Orchids, Tulips, and Bulbs in Bloom have become classics of flower photography.
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