George Quaintance

George Quaintance was an American artist, famous for his “idealized, strongly homoerotic” depictions of men in mid-20th-century physique magazines. Using historical settings to justify the nudity or distance the subjects from modern society, his art featured idealized masculine muscular, semi-nude or nude male figures. His artwork helped establish the stereotype of the “macho stud” who … Read moreGeorge Quaintance