Emily Paul, Male Nude Study, oil, 2013
Jean Heiberg (1884-1976) - Badende gutter [bathing boys] (1911)
"Amo ergo sum" "Αγαπάω αρα υπάρχω", Tempera on woodboard, 2006, Eutacchio Eustace Stathis, sur flickr : https://www.flickr.com/photos/eraklidon/
"Sweet Craig in the Sea"- Richard Stabbert (Provincetown Memories)
"Greet the morning"- Richard Stabbert (Provincetown Memories)
See Richard’s book at https://www.createspace.com/4504319
Portrait of a Young Man (1530s). Bronzino (Agnolo di Cosimo di Mariano) (Italian, 1503–1572). Oil on wood. MMOA.
The artists deserve recognition and with a little search you can often find the source of an image. I think it’s terrible though that some people reblog an image and REMOVE the artist’s name.
To find the possible source of an image, do this:
#1. Put your cursor on it, left-click, hold, and drag it to the address bar, and the URL for the image should come up. Sometimes you have to do this twice to get the actual URL for JUST the image. Copy it.
#2. Then go to google images. Click the camera icon, and paste that URL in. Google will bring up the pages where the image has been posted, and often, with a little effort, you can figure out who did the art.
Most people do attribute, that’s awesome! Keep up the great work. Some work CAN’T be attributed, true of many vintage images.
(alex, please try harder, you pick awesome images, but you often drop the artists name… that’s just not nice. )
Xue Jiye (born in Dalian, Liaoning province, Northeast China 1965), from ‘Battles’ series, 2007-2008
Daniel Barkley - study for ‘his reflection’