Crawford Barton's book Beautiful Men captured the great gay golden age in San Francisco right before it all changed.
Photographer Braden Summers had an epiphany when his boyfriend asked him why he didn't shoot his signature romantic portraits of LGBT people.
Blake Little understands primal masculinity and captures it in his new book, Manifest.
Schneider's risky homoerotic artwork enjoyed great popularity in Germany. Then the political climate changed.
In Swaty's series 'In Between & Outside,' gender is represented as both a fluid, relaxed, and creative expression as well as a more tense and exploratory transition.
Small wonder that Freeman's top-notch male photography books sell out very quickly. His photography arouses and engages all the senses.
Philadelphia Main Line society artist Emlen Etting was happily married, but he sure painted a lot of sailors.
Jim French, founder of Colt Studios, shows his early, unseen Polaroids that were part of the creative process in a fascinating new book.
Jones's dry wit is countered by the wistful messages found in his subtle work in "Eden's Remains".
These strapping lads and lasses were the Russian physical ideal. Deineka's provocative male nudes conflict with Russia's contemporary antigay views.
Koch's society paintings grow more charming as time passes, but his paintings of handsome nudes reveal a more intriguing point of view.
Uriarte's simply presented concept reveals much about gender identity and roles.
Perhaps only accidentally homoerotic, Lilien's pursuit of a handsome Jewish ideal manifested in beautiful art nouveau drawings of men.
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