Harry Bush — was an American artist known for his homoerotic illustrations. Bush's meticulously detailed boy next door -style depictions of men made him one of the most notable artists of the era of beefcake magazines. Bush took up illustration as a pastime during the war; a self-trained artist, Bush took only one community college drawing class. In January , Mizer published Bush's work for the first time in Physique Pictorial , making Bush the second artist after George Quaintance to be featured in the magazine. Sun , In Touch , Stroke , and Drummer. Bush was notoriously reclusive, and critical of what he perceived as the superficiality of the gay community.
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It seems to have been a sad life, that of Harry Bush. Solitary, embittered, self-hating. Yet in his art, so outgoing, jovial and loving. Bush's art calls up strapping young men who are just naturally, irrepressibly raunchy. I always thought Harry's name, with its obvious pun, was a nom de porn.
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