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Jean Patchett by Irving Penn | Vogue April 1950

Jean Patchett by Irving Penn | Vogue April 1950

Irving Penn, 1949 One of my favorite photographers of all time. Love love love

Irving Penn, 1949 One of my favorite photographers of all time. Love love love

Irving Penn, Still Life with Watermelon, 1948 © The Irving Penn Foundation

Irving Penn, Still Life with Watermelon, 1948 © The Irving Penn Foundation

Irving Penn- I feel that this image can be seen as both female and male; male as it has many male related items such as cards which can be further related to gambling. But, on the other hand the delicate handle of the tea cup.

Irving Penn- I feel that this image can be seen as both female and male; male as it has many male related items such as cards which can be further related to gambling. But, on the other hand the delicate handle of the tea cup.

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Irving Penn #sunglasses in #magazines

Irving Penn #sunglasses in #magazines

IRVING PENN Irving Penn was one of the most distinguished photographers of our time. Focusing on his portraits of major cultural figures over the last seven decades, Irving Penn Portraits is a glorious celebration of his work in this genre. Irving Penn was born June 16, 1917 in Plainfield, N.J...

IRVING PENN Irving Penn was one of the most distinguished photographers of our time. Focusing on his portraits of major cultural figures over the last seven decades, Irving Penn Portraits is a glorious celebration of his work in this genre. Irving Penn was born June 16, 1917 in Plainfield, N.J...

Jean Patchett, photo by Irving Penn, Vogue 1949

Jean Patchett, photo by Irving Penn, Vogue 1949

workman:  cavetocanvas: Irving Penn, Georgia O’Keeffe (B), New York, January 31, 1948, printed September 1991

workman: cavetocanvas: Irving Penn, Georgia O’Keeffe (B), New York, January 31, 1948, printed September 1991

One of my favourites: Irving Penn  American, 1917–2009, Theater Accident, New York

One of my favourites: Irving Penn American, 1917–2009, Theater Accident, New York

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