Nálepka “portrait”


Norman Rockwell’s Photo Realism

Norman Rockwell’s rosy illustrations of small town American life looked so photographic because his method was to copy photographs that he conceived and meticulously directed, working with various photographers and using friends and neighbors as his models.

Behind The Lens: Norman Rockwell’s Photographers, A Mixed Picture

Portraits of Power

An interactive portfolio of portraits by Platon of world leaders, with commentary by the photographer.

Native American Prints from the Pennington Photo Studio

from about 1915 into the 1920s

Sergey Usovik


Todd Hido

Little Adults

by Anna Skladman

The series “Little Adults” explores what it feels like to be a privileged child living in Russia, a country where its radical history and social hierarchy still rules their daily lives. It is the exploration of the recently growning society of the “Nouveau-Riche” in which little children have been raised to become the “Elite” and behave like little adults.

These portraits express the tension between the natural character and stereotype of appearance co-existing in the world of children.

Plastic Life by Vincent Bousserez

Plastic Life

Adolf Zika

Etienne Dumont

Rodolphe Simeon

From Your FAV’ set

Lou Mora

Hendrik Kerstens

Brett Walker