Male Beauty in Art

Appreciation of the beauty of the male form in different art forms from various periods in human history. I own none of these works of art; all are found around the web. Run by: romuvulcan and mariaborgart.


Male Nudes. Connor Mc Cabe

Male Nudes. Connor Mc Cabe

1 0 k  f o l l o w e r s  g i v e a w a y

In celebration of our reaching 10,000 followers we are doing a giveaway of original art by a co-runner of the blog.

There will be 2 winners, each of which will receive 2 quick live nude studies in charcoal, details of which are pictured in the photoset, produced by mariaborgart.


  • Only one reblog per person will count, although we greatly appreciate multiple reblogs and likes.
  • Must be following malebeautyinart. 
  • We will ship worldwide, so anyone can try their luck.
  • Have your ask box open, so we can contact you if you win. If we don’t get a response back in two days, we will draw another winner.

The giveaway ends three weeks from today, on July 15th, when the winner will be drawn randomly and announced.

Thank you for following and good luck! 

Nathaniel Jocelyn, Joseph Cinqué (1840)

Sengbe Pieh (c.1814 – c.1879), later known as Joseph Cinqué, was a West African man of the Mende people and was the most prominent defendant in the case United States v. The Amistad, in which it was found that he and 51 others had been victims of the illegal Atlantic slave trade.

Nathaniel Jocelyn painted portraits of Joseph Cinqué and of the abolitionist William Lloyd GarrisonHe went on to found the National Bank Note Engraving Company. After Trumbull, he is represented by more portraits in the Yale collection than any other artist. In 1827 he was elected into the National Academy of Design as an Associate member, and became a full Academician in 1946.

Malcolm T. Liepke

Portrait of Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange (1567-1625), Gerrit van Honthorst (1643)

 Christen Købke - Valdemar Hjartvar Købke, the Artist’s Brother (c. 1838)

Chase William Merritt (1849 - 1916), Portrait of Louis Betts 

Charles W. Hawthorne - The Fisher Boy (1908)

Portrait of a young Man, Anton Einsle (1841)