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Artists' model posing

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 13 x 9 cm. Date derived from finding aid.
Photo shows a nude male artists' model in a studio, posing with one foot resting on a book.
Photo is a copy print.

Artists' model posing

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 9 x 13 cm. Date based on John Storrs finding aid.
Photo shows an artists' model posing with a cane in a studio. Hanging on the wall behind him are sculptures of body parts, a mannequin, and a skeleton.
Photo is a copy print.

Artists' model posing

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : silver gelatin ; 5 x 6 cm. Date based on John Storrs finding aid.
Identification on verso (handwritten): [Illegible] Reggio, artists' model.

Ward Lockwood with artists' models

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 26 x 21 cm. Shows Lockwood talking to a woman with a baby in her lap, both models for his mural, Consolidation of the West (completed 1937).
Item is a copy print.

Ward Lockwood and artists' models

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 26 x 21 cm. Shows Lockwood playing with a baby seated on a woman's lap. Both the woman and baby were models for his mural, Consolidation of the West (completed 1937).
Item is a copy print.

Unidentified artists' model posing

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 12 x 9 cm. Date range based on quality of photograph.
Shows an artists' model standing on a chair in a twisting pose with his back arched and his head back, looking up at the ceiling.

Richard McDermott Miller address book for artists' models

Archives of American Art
Address Book : 1 v. : handwritten ; 18 x 12 cm. Printed cover reads: Blue book of telephone numbers and area codes.
Handwritten on cover: Models.

Artists' model posing in a sculpture class

Archives of American Art
Photographic Print : 1 : b&w ; 12 x 9 cm. Class taught by Ivan Mestrovic at Syracuse University. Student work seen in photo is by Katherine Thayer Hobson.
Handwritten note on verso: study by K.T.H.
Date based on the year Mestrovic began teaching at Syracuse.

Sketch of an artists' model with a cane

Archives of American Art
1 sketch : graphite ; 63 x 48 cm. Date is based on style of drawing.
Shows an older bearded man with his hands held behind him, one hand grasping a cane.

Two artists' models in Walt Kuhn's 18th Street studio

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 15 x 10 cm. Shows two women, one standing, one seated on a platform, in front of a cloth backdrop.
Identification on verso (handwritten): in Walt Kuhn 112 E. 18 St.; NY city; dark haired girl, Ruth Johnston, later Mrs. J.J. Runger.

Art students posing with an artists' model

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 9 x 14 cm. A group of male art students in a life sculpting class watch as one of their compatriots poses in mock battle with a nude artists model.
John Storrs is seated, second from left.
Photo is a post card print.
Date derived from finding aid.

Rocket, Flying Models, Artists Models

National Air and Space Museum
These are Miniroc flying rocket models that were photographed for the covers of retail kits of Model Products Corporation. They were built of wood and cardboard in 1971 and were evidently photographed that same year. The manufacturer is unknown. G. Harry Stine, an American pioneer in the field of flying rocket and missile models, donated them to the Museum.

Sketch of an artists' model holding rope for support

Archives of American Art
1 sketch : graphite ; 62 x 48 cm. Date is based on style of drawing.
Shows a man with one foot forward and hands overhead grasping a rope.

Sketch of an artists' model seated on a stool

Archives of American Art
1 sketch : graphite ; 62 x 48 cm. Date is based on style of drawing.
Shows a young man seated on a stool, twisting to look at his left with a support under his left foot.

Sketch of an artists' model using a wedge for support

Archives of American Art
1 sketch : graphite ; 63 x 48 cm. Date is based on style of drawing.
Shows a man from behind with arms up against a wall and one foot resting on a wedge.

Sketch of an artists' model using a cane for support

Archives of American Art
1 sketch : graphite ; 63 x 48 cm. Date is based on style of drawing.
Shows an older bearded man with a cane in his right hand and his left hand clenched.

Sketch of an artists' model holding a rope for support

Archives of American Art
1 sketch : graphite ; 63 x 48 cm. Date is based on style of drawing.
Shows a man with one leg bent and one arm up, holding onto a rope.

Contact sheet with photographs of artists' model Tony Sansone

Archives of American Art
1 contact sheet : b&w ; 22 x 19 cm. Date range based on Sansone's approximate age in photos.
Contains 24 photos of Sansone in varying poses.
Date derived from John Massey's American Adonis : Tony Sansone, the first male physique icon (2004, p. 114).

Alberto Giacometti and artists' model Carmen Damedoz

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 9 x 7 cm. Identification on verso (handwritten): Carmen and Roberto; Giacometti (sculptor); Paris; taken by M. Walton 1922 in the sculptor's studio at the Academie de la Grand Chaumiere. Bourdelle [?] was the maitre [?], Carmen was Rodin's mod[el].
Though the note on verso suggests the man in the photo is named Roberto, it is presumed that it is Alberto Giacometti.
Identification of Carmen based on similarity to photos of Damedoz in: Rodin et ses modèles: le portrait photographié: Musée Rodin, 24 avril 1990-3 juin 1990. [Paris]: Le Musée, 1990.

Artist's model Tony Sansone executing a handstand pose

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 26 x 18 cm. Photo shows Sansone modeling a handstand pose for Chester Beach's sculpture Sun, mist and sea (1930).
Date based on sculpture's completion date.
This item should be viewed with item 15828.

Académie Julian art students posing with an artists' model

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print on board : sepia ; 24 x 31 cm. Group portrait of the students with a nude female artists model.
John Storrs is standing next to the model, wearing a hat.
Identification on verso (handwritten): John H. Storrs, Paris; in middle with Spanish hat
Identification on verso (stamped): Reproductions artistiques; agrandissements en tous genres; F. Bianchi; 58, Rue de Rennes, Paris
Date derived from finding aid.

A Window into the Lives of Artists’ Models

Smithsonian American Art Museum
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Full body and 7/24 reduction of measurements of artists' model Nannette Domingos

Archives of American Art
Note : 1 p. : typescript ; 28 x 22 cm.

Sketch of 11/10 life size torso for artists' model Nannette Domingos

Archives of American Art
Sketch : 1 sheet : ink ; 22 x 28 cm.
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