3 nudes by Lendvai-Dircksen

Erna Lendvai-Dircksen :: Finnin · Finnish · Finlandaise, um 1925. Photogravure. Editiert und gedruckt 1925 von der Gesellschaft zur Verbreitung klassischer Kunst, Berlin | src eBay
Erna Lendvai-Dircksen :: Finnin · Finnish · Finlandaise, um 1925. Photogravure. Editiert und gedruckt 1925 von der Gesellschaft zur Verbreitung klassischer Kunst, Berlin | src eBay
Erna Lendvai-Dircksen :: Polish nude, photogravure, ca. 1925. Printed and published in 1925. | src vintageads on eBay
Erna Lendvai-Dircksen :: Polish nude, photogravure, ca. 1925. Printed and published in 1925. | src vintageads on eBay
Erna Lendvai-Dircksen :: Polish nude, ca. 1925. Printed and edited in 1925. Vintage Photogravure from original Bromoil print | src eBay
Erna Lendvai-Dircksen :: Polish nude, ca. 1925. Printed and edited in 1925. Vintage Photogravure from original Bromoil print | src eBay
Erna Lendvai-Dircksen :: German nude, photogravure, ca. 1925. Printed and edited in 1925, Society for Classical art, Berlin | src artografie on eBay
Erna Lendvai-Dircksen :: German nude, photogravure, ca. 1925. Printed and edited in 1925, Society for Classical art, Berlin | src artografie on eBay

The Shadow of the Sand, 1935

Forman Hanna :: Nude study titled ‘The Shadow of the Sand’, 1935. The Amateur Photographer & Cinematographer. | src eBay
Forman Hanna was internationally known for his pictorial-style photography. His photographs were exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibits in New York, Washington D.C., London, Glasgow and Paris. Raised in a small Texas town, Hanna had his first encounters with photography and most of his art training through camera-club magazines. Emulating the Pictorialist style, he used his western surroundings as subject matter.
While working as a pharmacist in Globe, Arizona, Hanna made frequent trips to nearby canyons and Pueblo villages to photograph what the believed was a lost way of life. Recognized for his Arizona landscapes, he often exhibited in the juried shows of camera clubs.  Hanna’s choice of subject matter reflected his lifelong residence in Arizona. He frequently turned his camera on the Native Americans of the Southwest, idealizing the lifestyle of the Apache, Navajo, and Hopi tribes. He was also accomplished at picturing female nudes, which he classically posed in the area’s natural surrounding [quoted from source]

Wienerin Akt, 1925

Hermann Schieberth (1876 – 1948) :: Austrian Nude, 1920s. Photogravure. | src eBay
Hermann Schieberth (1876 – 1948) :: Wienerin (Akt), 1925. Heliogravur. Original der Zeit. Editiert und gedruckt 1925 von der Gesellschaft zur Verbreitung klassischer Kunst, Berlin. | src artografie on eBay
Hermann Schieberth (1876 – 1948) :: Viennese woman (nude), 1925. Heliogravure. | src artografie on eBay

Nude torso, ca. 1920

Harry Richardson Cremer :: Nude torso, ca. 1920. Vintage gelatin silver print. | src Keith de Lellis Gallery via liveauctioneers
Harry Richardson Cremer :: Nude torso, ca. 1920. Vintage gelatin silver print. | src Keith de Lellis Gallery via liveauctioneers

Triangles, 1946

Ruth Bernhard (1905–2006) :: ‘Triangles’, 1946. Gelatin silver print, printed in the 1970s. Signed by the photographer in pencil on the mount lower right, signed and titled by her in pencil on the reverse. Provenance: Peter Fetterman Gallery, | src 16th Ostlicht (WestLicht) Photo Auction

Nude study (torso) by A. Genthe

Arnold Genthe, N.Y. :: Untitled [Female nude as classical sculpture], between 1911 and 1937. | src Library of Congress
Arnold Genthe :: Modern Torso, ca. 1918. Gelatin silver print. | src and hi-res The J. Paul Getty Museum