This is a black-and-white photograph of a nude man sitting on a folding chair.
Jeune Homme


Estate stamped in black ink, verso

Lifetime gelatin silver print

11.5 x 7.375 inches, image
13.875 x 11 inches, sheet


The artwork displayed on the wall in the background is a reproduction of Boy Sitting by the Sea, 1856, by Hippolyte Flandrin (1809-1864). Flandrin applied the style Ingres invented for portraying nude women to a male adolescent. Ingres lived a generation earlier than Flandrin.

Work by Bill Costa (1944-1995)