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Irving Penn's Extraordinary Portrait Photographs

Irving Penn Truman Capote of New York, 1965 Copyright © by Condé Nast Publications, Inc.

“Senator John F. Kennedy photographed by Arnold Newman outside the US Capital in Washington D.C., 1953.”

jfk-and-jackie: “Senator John F. Kennedy photographed by Arnold Newman outside the US Capital in Washington D.

Antoni Tàpies photograph by Arnold Newman, 1964

Antony Tàpies, Spanish painter, sculptor and art theorist, who became one of the most famous European artists of his generation. photograph by Arnold Newman, 1964

Devana or Dziewanna is the Slavic equivalent of the Roman Goddess Diana, whose name is said to appear very late in Slavic history. However, all her names that derive from Slavic translate to "The Maiden".

Desiree Dolron is a Dutch photographer. She created these portraits inspired by classic Flemish painting (Vermeer, Rembrandt, .

Arnold Newman had a lot of courage taking this picture. So much respect. Alfred Krupp, 1963 © Arnold Newman

Portrait of German industrialist Alfried Krupp by Arnold Newman (July 1963 in Essen, Germany)

I love the way you can see how a fairly ordinary shot at a piano becomes a masterpiece of photography. Igor Stravinsky by Arnold Newman

Arnold Newman Igor Stravinsky 1945 Contact sheet of four negatives with Newman’s marks and cropping lines Image courtesy of Harry Ransom Center

Martha Graham by Arnold Newman

Portrait of Martha Graham, American avant-garde choreographer March 1961 in New York City.

Arnold Newman, Dali NYC, 1951

Arnold Newman, Portraits and Abstractions, Photography - The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography, Moscow, Russia

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