Portraits and Persons
Paul And Linda Mccartney
Paul Mccartney Beatles
Paul Mccartney Young
To most people, Linda McCartney was simply the wife of famed member of The Beatles, Paul McCartney. Paul with his daughter Mary .
If I had to cast for an actor to play me in a movie about me (never going to happen) then Don Cheadle would definitely be short listed.
Meryl Streep Academy Awards 1979 - a timeless actress, who doesn't concern herself with red-carpet fashion or talk shows
Frida Kahlo de Rivera - Mexican painter, and is perhaps best known for her self-portraits. Husband Diego Rivera a prominent Mexican painter.
"To take a photograph is to align the head, the eye and the heart. It's a way of life." Henri Cartier-Bresson photographed by Ara Güler.
avec chat (elephant house - the book about Gorey's home - is quite interesting.
from almost famous cats
I just don't think it's very dignified to ask people to like you - Yasiin Bey aka Mos Def
goosberrye: “ Young Helen Mirren 1969 Photographer Neil Libbert snapped this fabulous shot inside her flat. At the time she was playing Cressida in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of.
from ☮ Lonesome Mama Blues ☮
John F Kennedy
JFK, squinting in the sunshine, poolside during 1960 campaign, looking handsome and virile. Remember Mort Sahl, who called Kennedy "our first sexually viable president.
Simple, but chic hairstyles that are the sort of hairstyles that Meg Ryan always wears for any haircut she's. That's why many women take her as a role model.
Duchess Of Cambridge
Kate Middleton Photos: Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke Of Edinburgh And Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge Visit Leicester
by Oli Scarff
“ Ginger Rogers reading Romola Nijinsky’s Life of Nijinsky, assisted by Lincoln Kirstein Ginger Rogers was an American actress, dancer, and singer. Rogers more often.
from Women Reading
David Bowie Labyrinth
Rock N Roll
(Pictured: David Bowie in ’The Man Who Fell to Earth’,
Aretha Franklin, © Don Hunstein.
I could make a whole PinBoard of RDJ Robert Downey, Jr. photographed by Mark Seliger for Rolling Stone in 2010 Wright
Mexican Folk Art
Yesterday was Frida Kahlo’s