Doing a Louis Igout (1837-1881) double feature today. He was a contemporary of Gaudenzio Marconi, and both men produced albums of nude photos which were used by artists as a substitute for live models. I've often wondered how these photographers acquired their male models because some of them look like working men making some money on the side. Did they approach attractive men at labor exchanges and say, "Hey, wanna make some easy money?" And before you jump to conclusions, it should be noted that both photographers photographed women as well as men.