|Title||:||1000 Nudes - A History of Erotic Photography from 1839-1939|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Language||:||Italienisch, Spanisch, Portugiesisch|
|Publisher||:||TASCHEN ESPA A, S.A.U 13 September 2005|
|Number of Pages||:||576 Seiten|
|File Size||:||673 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
1000 Nudes - A History of Erotic Photography from 1839-1939 Reviews
leider sehr viele schwartz weiß fotos ansonsten ganz ok .die meißtn fotographien sind von fraun mit kleinen brüsten.keine pornografischen fotos
I bought this because I already knew how good Taschen's Erotica Universalis is. This is nothing like that book. At best this is rather bland and boring erotic photography, 99.9% female and plenty of clothed models too. If you are into erotic photography and do even just a casual search online you will know that hardcore , full on display sexual acts were depicted by even early photographers but there are only a few of those in this book. There are breasts here, some pubic hair but very minimal genitalia and there are some images so tame (a fully clothed model sitting on a rug) that what is depicted on the cover of magazines today is far more risque. Then there are the bizarre choice picks from famous photographers. Von Gloeden was known for his male nudes but in this book they used only his clothed model photographs except for one bare buttock. Some of the pictures are depicted so small (multiple images on one page) that you have to wonder why they bothered at all. Complete disappointment.
This book is incredibly interesting, It's not the optimal size for art reference. It's a bit small for that but I imagine at some point I will use it for sketches or smaller paintings. As with any Taschen book the quality is top notch. If you take care of this book it will last a lifetime. It is about as pornographic as any vintage playboy (fairly tame as far as I'm concerned). Overall great little book!
Lots of 19th century bush.
Excellent vintage photos... seems like as soon as the device was invented, photographers knew what they and their customers wanted! Really interesting, most of them "artistic" and not raunchy.
Great reference book for artists who cant get access to models all the time.