Art by George Dureau is iconic in New Orleans. Dureau was good friends with Robert Mapplethorpe, and influenced him greatly. Dureau often drew or photographed dwarves and amputees in beefcake poses, beautifully lit and rendered, not so much to shock as to demonstrate that beauty takes all sort of forms. This is a more classical depiction of a young man. It is wonderfully framed and in great condition. We have other work by George Dureau as well; here’s a blog article about him. Framed overall it is 33.5″ x 31.5″; inside the mat the image is 22.5″ x 21.5″.