James E. Davis (1901-1974) is best known as a Princeton professor who put that university's art program on the map. A noted experimental film producer, he was the only such to have
been allowed by Frank Lloyd Wright to make movies of his work. As if that weren't enough,
he also was a decent abstract artist and secretly took nude photos of his models on the side.
Today we will look at some of those photos, but I'll post some of his male nude art
in the future. Our first shot is of Raul Rachou from 1971.