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Male Nude as a Dying Slave, 1952

This photo is one of an archive of 600 George Platt Lynes' prints collected by Dr. Alfred Kinsey and housed at The Kinsey Institute. Lynes was widely known in the 1930s and 1940s for his fashion photography. He also was an accomplished dance photographer and portraitist. He is now recognized for his figure studies of male nudes.

[Photo by George Platt Lynes]

Male Nude as a Dying Slave, 1952
George Platt Lynes, Photographer (1907-1955)

Copyright © 1952 George Platt Lynes Estate. All Rights Reserved.


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