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  • This quarterly eBook seeks to bring balance to a genre of art that overwhelmingly favors the female figure. We feature artists that are courageous enough to focus on the male figure as a significant portion of their portfolio. We bring you in-depth interviews into their thought processes, choices, struggles and creativity in a way no book on the subject can; a buffet for the connoisseur of figurative art.

    This journal includes interviews with five artists including Andrew Ogus, Manuel A Acevedo, Douglas Malone, Cornelius McCarthy, and Carmine Santaniello. The historical spotlight falls on Guido Reni with an article by art historian Grady Harp. Peter Dobson writes shares with readers his biography project on Mr. McCarthy. The publisher's article is about Tumblr. As always the journal concludes with a large directory of artists that dedicate a large portion of their portfolios to the male figure.