Showcasing vintage male photography, mostly nude. You must be 18 years of age or older to visit this blog! If you hold a copyright on any material shown on this blog, notify me, and it will be removed immediately.
Constantine Hassalevris (1913-1982) was born in the Bronx, New York and initially pursued a successful career in ballet. A car accident put an end to that, and he took up photography and moved to L.A. where he studied under Fred Kovert founded Spartan of Hollywood in 1947. Considered one of the great physique era photographers. relatively little of his work remains extant,
particularly full nudes. We start today's series with an unknown model.
I have no new information on today's archery twofer. Edited to add: James IV says in the comments that this is Monte Hansen (left) and an unknown in a shot from the Wyngate and Bevins film Nine Male Nudists.