Irving Penn

<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Marlene Dietrich</i>, 1948.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Freckles</i>, 1960.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>H. L. Mencken & George Jean Nathan, New York</i>, 1947.</p>
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<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Underfoot XIV, New York</i>, 2000.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Man Lighting Girl's Cigarette (Jean Patchett), New York</i>, 1949.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Girl Behind Glass (Jean Patchett), New York</i>, 1949.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Warthog, Prague</i>, 1986.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Cuzco Children</i>, 1948.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>20 Metal Pieces, New York</i>, 1980.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Cigarette No. 8, New York</i>, 1972.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Jean Patchett</i>, New York, 1949.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Jean Patchett</i>, Vogue, June 1, 1950.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Miles Davis</i>, 1986.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Nadja Auermann</i>, Vogue, July 1994.</p>
<p><b>Irving Penn</b>, <i>Three Tulips: Red Shine, Black Parrot, Gudoshnik</i>, New York, 1967.</p>
1917 , d. 2009

Prodigious photographer who shot fashion, portrait, still life and ethnographic work; used simple backgrounds and also an acute corner for portraits.

time well spent

closeup view Jack Troy cup, links to Jack Troy artist page

time to explore

link to newest page of ceramic artist links, including link to Scott Parady, pictured

time flies

Link to monthly image blog