John Gilbert and Alma Rubens in The Masks Of The Devil (1928)
Fletcher Sibthorp – Nothing gold can stay
Ted Shawn in Gnossienne 1919
Cecil Beaton, self portrait, 1920s
Elliott Erwitt, Jack Kerouac, 1953
Friedrich Seidenstücker, 1930s
A veteran of a different sort, World War Two parachute crash test dummy
Hideo Fujimoto 藤本 英雄 1952
Fujimoto holds the single season record for lowest ERA with 0.73 mark in 1943 when he tossed 19 shutouts, 39 complete games, 432 2/3 innings.
Erwin Blumenfeld- Cecil Beaton, 1940’s
The Mocking of Christ, Antonio de Bellis (1616-1656)
Ninja by numbers
Photo of Marie Helvin, in Kansai Yamamoto, by Clive Arrowsmith
Mead Schaeffer (1898 – 1980)
Michaël Borremans – Man Holding his Nose (2007)
Saint John of Kronstadt by klimbims
Saint John of Kronstadt (Russian: Иоанн Кронштадтский) (19 October 1829, Sura, Arkhangelsk–20 December 1908, Kronstadt) was a Russian Orthodox Christian presbyter and a member of the synod of the Russian Orthodox Church. He was a striking, unconventional personality, deeply pious and immensely energetic. He was one of the most internationally famous and beloved Orthodox Christian leaders of his time.
Святой праведный отец Иоанн Кронштадтский (Иван Ильич Сергиев)
Nick Knight , 1996 . ‘Meet the Beetles ‘.
Styling , Simon Foxton .
Fletcher Sibthorp - Nothing gold can stay
A British artist born in London, England in 1967 Fletcher Sibthorp has essentially worked as a full-time artist for the past twenty years, producing figurative paintings; predominantly, large-scale canvases, mostly depicting the concept of movement and its effect on the human form, which culminated with exhibitions in London between 1992 and 1995, where approached by Sadlers Wells, he produced paintings with a narrative more specifically drawn into the energy of the dance. Recently however, Fletcher has become more interested in the figure alone; its subtleties and the more infinite expressionism it offers, creatively from a motionless and more abstract “background” to a more “interpretatively” spiritual depth.
Harry Clarke, Mephisto, 1914
Juggler Paul Cinquevalli in 1908. Photo by James McAllister.
Matsumoto Koshiro VII as Benkei
by Natori Shunsen