The Mammoth Book of Erotic Women

The Mammoth Book of Erotic Women

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By (author) Sonia Florens, Edited by Maxim Jakubowski

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  • Publisher: Robinson Publishing
  • Format: Paperback | 480 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 196mm x 34mm | 862g
  • Publication date: 13 October 2005
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1841199613
  • ISBN 13: 9781841199610
  • Illustrations note: chiefly Illustrations (chiefly col.)
  • Sales rank: 118,437

Product description

Selections of the finest images of the world's leading erotica photographers, including Eric Kroll, Charles Gatewood, Petter Hegre, Chas Ray Krider, Emma Delves-Broughton, Larry Utley, Juan Carlos Rivas, Craig Morey and Gabrielle Rigon. This follow-up volume to the all black-and-white MBO Erotic Photography celebrates the nude female form through the colour work of no less than 78 different photographers. Among the contributors are a surprising number of female photographers of the nude, many practicing the art of self-portraiture - a chance to see how gender can sometimes influence the subtle way of looking at the body. Also featured are a father and daughter team; a photographer who re-appears as a model in two further portfolios; the grandson of the famed American photographer Edward Weston; a mix of professional and amateur photographers; and contributions from the UK, the USA, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Russia, Argentina, France, Israel, Italy, Poland, Norway, Switzerland, Japan, Australia, Canada, Czechoslovakia and Holland.

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Maxim Jakubowski is the editor of several Mammoth bestsellers including Erotica, International Erotica, Historical Erotica, New Erotica. He lives in London, where he runs Murder One bookshop as well as reviewing crime fiction for the Guardian.