The Man Who Photographed Marilyn, Kennedy, and Picasso
Celebrating 100 years of American photographer Arnold Newman.
Published March 4, 2018
Published 6 months ago
You may not know Arnold Newman by name, but you’ve definitely seen his photographs. Considered one of the most admired portrait photographers of his time, Newman started his trade taking 49-cent studio photos in Philadelphia, and ended up photographing some of the biggest names of the 20th century.
From Marilyn Monroe to future president Donald Trump, his environmental portraits showed his subjects in their natural element, capturing an intimate side of the world’s most untouchable figures.
In honor of the late photographer's 100th birthday, take a look back at his timeless portraits that still captivate viewers today.
Marilyn Monroe and Carl Sandburg at a Hollywood party, January 20, 1962
Katharine Hepburn on the set of 'Summertime' in Venice, Italy, July 11, 1954
Billie Holiday and orchestra leader Ray Ellis, March 5, 1958
Martin Scorsese in his private screening room in New York City, October 5, 1999Truman Capote in New York City, June 28, 1977Pablo Picasso in Cannes, France, September 11, 1956Georgia O'Keeffe at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico, August 2, 1968Art Students League alumni in New York City, June 1, 1950Salvador Dali in New York City, January 10, 1951Andy Warhol and his dog at his New York City studio, February 2, 1973
Senator John F. Kennedy at the Capitol building, June 25, 1953
President John F. Kennedy at the White House, November 28, 1961
President John F. Kennedy with his advisors at the White House, October 24, 1963President Lyndon B. Johnson and aide at the White House, January 10, 1964President Bill Clinton in the Oval Office, August 17, 1999Donald Trump in front of Trump Tower in New York City, June 14, 1983Igor Stravinsky in New York City, December 1, 1946George Harrison in Oxon, England, June 12, 1978Langston Hughes in New York's Harlem neighborhood, January 29, 1960Martha Graham in New York City, March 2, 1961Self-portrait of Arnold Newman, 1938