I chose this photo because it's an inspiration for my self portrait piece. It's a portrait with out including the face. I also like the composition, how it's aligned on the right of the frame.
'Girl Holding Kitten', London, 1960 (photo by American documentary photographer Bruce Davidson, who took the girl's photograph somewhere in London in 1960 and has been haunted by her memory ever since)
Famous photographer Mary Ellen Mark passed away at the age of She was a brilliant photographer and despite often taking pictures of people suffering and in pain or poverty, her photos never evo…
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twins faces by Diane Arbus
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in the park-Diane Arbus was an American photographer and writer noted for black-and-white square photographs of "deviant and marginal people
Diane Arbus, Child with toy hand grenade in Central Park - New York City, 1962 © Diane Arbus
These few wrinkles tell you all there is to tell about this woman and her life - what a sour mouth. Diane Arbus: Woman in a Rose Hat 1966
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Identical Twins, Roselle, New Jersey, 1967 - Diane Arbus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Diane Arbus, Child in a Night Gown, Shelter Island, New York, 1957 This face reminds me of a pic I have of myself when I was little.
A young man in curlers at home on west street NYC, 1966 - Diane Arbus
Vintage Halloween photo kids costumes children retro kitsch masks spooky scary trick or treating black and white
Eddie Carmel, Jewish Giant, taken at Home with His Parents in the Bronx, New York, 1970 - Diane Arbus
Image: Dresie and Casie, twins, Western Transvaal 1993 © Roger Ballen.
of July, Diane Arbus (Max Maxwell Landar, Uncle Sam.
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diane arbus: Diane Arbus was an American photographer and writer noted for black-and-white square photographs of "deviant and marginal people or of people whose normality seems ugly or surreal.