Sylvana Manto – Kneeling Beauty! (Original)

Another sophisticated and sexy view of Sylvana Manto (Madelaine Bannister) kneeling on a stool from a restored silver gelatin photo. A fabulous shot of her rounded tits and curves with just a hint of bush on show and that nasty scar as well.

Thanks as always to Girlymag for sharing this image of Sylvana

Sylvana Manto – From The Shadows Comes Beauty (Original)

Another shot from the collection of original Philip Gotlop prints sent over by Paul from Firebird Records, in the shapely form of Sylvana Manto (Madelaine Bannister). A stunning shot by Philip as she kneels on a stool leaning slightly forward towards the camera. Such a classic beauty captured perfectly 🙂

Sylvana – Sophisticated & Sexy! (Original)

A very sophisticated and sexy view of Sylvana Manto (Madelaine Bannister) kneeling as she leans on a stool from a restored silver gelatin photo. A fabulous shot of her as she leans forward giving a view of those rounded tits and curves. A simply stunning, sophisticated and sexy shot!

Thanks as always to Girlymag for sharing this image of Sylvana

A Sophisticated & Sensual Sylvana! (Original)

An outstanding image of a very sophisticated Sylvana Manto (Madelaine Bannister) kneeling on a stool in long black gloves from a restored silver gelatin photo. A fabulously sexy shot of her as she raises her arms above her head giving us a clear view of those rounded tits and curves. A simply stunning shot!

Thanks as always to Girlymag for sharing this image of Sylvana with the site and he’s just listed loads of new prints including this one over on eBay.

Sylvana Manto By Philip Gotlop (Original)

Another shot from the collection of original Philip Gotlop prints sent over by Paul from Firebird Records, but this time the model is recognisable, especially if you follow this site. The model so beautifully highlighted by the light and shadows is non other than Sylvana Manto (Madelaine Bannister). A stunning shot of her by Philip and I do wonder why his early glamour work has gone mostly unnoticed or avoided rather than his more popular work? Maybe as he became more popular he didn’t want to be associated with this side of his photography, but we all have to start somewhere!

 

Note: This is an original image and subject to this copyright notice