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Taschen, 1995 - Art - 211 pages
Elmer Batters describes himself as a 'leg man'. While his colleagues tend to concentrate on breasts and waists, his eyes are focused slightly lower down. Supple toes, the arch of a foot, the curve of a calf - these are the criteria by which he selects his models. For more than forty years, this has been his passion. This is the first major publication to celebrate the true master of 'leg art'.

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Elmer Batters was an erotic photographer who specialised in the appeal of the female leg and foot. In one of the short essays included in this collection of photographs he claims to be a 'leg man ... Read full review


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About the author (1995)

Photojournalist Eric Kroll was born in New York in 1946. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Der Spiegel, Vogue, and Elle. In the 1980s, he acquired and circulated a series of Betty Page photographs, helping turn Page into a pop culture icon. In the latter part of the 1980s, Kroll began taking erotic photos, as seen in such books as Eric Kroll's Fetish Girls and Eric Kroll's Beauty Parade.

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