John Arnt of Seattle
These richly sepia-toned prints are from John Arnt's Gallery of Magnificence. Arnt was a Seattle-based early contemporary of Al Urban and Lon of New York. His lighting and models were sensuous, especially his most popular model John Curtis posing with a totem pole at left. These unstamped large-format photographs are beautifully printed in rich sepia tones. Quality and clarity of photos are excellent. If interested, address inquiries to theguys@bigkugels.com. Learn more about Beefcake-era photography by visiting other sites, reading book reviews and purchasing titles of interest from our Links & Books page.

"Seated Model on Column"
circa 1945, $750
John Arnt
8X10" Borderless Sepia-tone

"Model with Happy Trail"
circa 1945
John Arnt
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Uncut Model Flexing
circa 1945, $850
John Arnt
8X10" Borderless Sepia-tone

"Model with Backdrop"
circa 1945
John Arnt
8X10" Borderless Sepia-tone
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