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The Most Iconic Photographs of All Time - LIFE

You're walking down these stairs very early on a foggy morning. You smell the faint scent of men's cologne, and hear footsteps, but, no matter how hard you look, you don't see anyone. You spin around and find you're now face-to-face with the illusive man... What happens?

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Portrait: Elton John | by Marco Grob ( website: ) #photography #marcogrob

american opera singer leontyne price, new york, 1961 //by irving penn Black And White Portraits, Black And White Photography, Irving Penn Portrait, Fashion Fotografie, Image Mode, Photo Star, Vintage Black Glamour, Vintage Glam, Beyond Beauty

Never-before-seen photos by fashion photog Irving Penn go on display

Irving Penn had a 60-year-long career before dying at the age of 92 in 2009. He shot many of Vogue's iconic covers, photographing Audrey Hepburn and Nicole Kidman.

Eve Arnold, April 1912 – January 2012 was an American photojournalist. She joined Magnum Photos agency in and became a full member in Jackie Kennedy, Chanel, Margaret Bourke White, Indira Gandhi, Photographer Pictures, Snowdonia, Marlene Dietrich, Famous Photographers, Magnum Photos

Eve Arnold

Eve Arnold, who has died aged 99, was one of the 20th century’s foremost photographers and a pioneer of photojournalism.

Marvin Newman, Sun Shadow, 1956 “I thought the most beautiful thing in the world must be shadow.” ― Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar History Of Photography, Love Photography, Street Photography, Photography Exhibition, Vintage Photography, Sun Shadow, Light And Shadow, Exposition Photo, Berenice Abbott

Main Gallery - Marvin E. Newman: Sequentially Sought - Exhibitions

Marvin E. Newman: Sequentially Sought - Howard Greenberg Gallery - 2015

Abstraction, Twin Lakes, Connecticut, 1916 by Paul Strand: Described by Alfred Stieglitz as 'the direct expression of today', this shot is among the first of intentionally abstract photographs. Alfred Stieglitz, Shadow Photography, Abstract Photography, Fine Art Photography, Straight Photography, Concept Photography, Inspiring Photography, Digital Photography, Foto Magazine

Paul Strand (1890–1976) | Essay | The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History

Treating the human condition in the modern urban context, Strand’s photographs are a subversive alternative to the studio portrait of glamour and power.