Throughout the nineties and early part of the twentieth century, John Stoddart was the UK’s most highly regarded photographer of erotically inclined portraits. His images appeared every single month within and on the covers of many of the highest circulation magazines published at that time.
John Stoddart has long enjoyed an unparalleled reputation for creating celebrity portraits with a capacity to push buttons; not least because of his ability to get actresses and models all too conscious of their public image to pose with a degree of abandon that simply wouldn’t be entertained for any other photographer.
Alongside his published images we are proud to present 68 pages of outtakes deemed too erotic for publication at the time and Polaroids catching his models in unguarded and often more candid moments.
Beautifully printed on heavyweight uncoated paper, with a cloth-bound spine, this monograph in the latest in The Quite Delightful Project’s increasingly collectible series of fine art erotic publications.
To be sure of your copy and to commence your own collection of this series of publications, purchase the monograph now.