Explore Grandma Moses, Portrait Photographers, and more!

Alfred Krupp,  German industrialist Arnold Newman He looked like a nice distinguished gentlemanly human being.  I worked this out where I got the lights to come under him, the usual thing.  The lights were working beautifully but it just didn’t give me what I wanted. I went to Herr Bolen, that was his family name, “would you lean forward” and he leaned this way and my hair stood on end. There was the devil.

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

Henri Cartier Bresson New York NY 1947 photo by Arnold Newman

Arnold Newman Henri Cartier-Bresson 1947 “To photograph: it is to put on the same line of sight the head, the eye and the heart.

When I think about photography and the world of portraiture, my mind heads directly to the Master, Arnold Newman (1918 - 2006), an American photographer. It's takes a special talent to take a great...

Master Photographer: Arnold Newman