Henri Cartier-Bresson and Martine Franck: Love Through a Lens
Martine’s legs, 1967Elegant, intimate portraits of a photographic romance: With Valentine’s Day coming tomorrow, TIME looks at husband and wife photographer duo Martine Franck’s and Henri Cartier-Bresson’s beautiful photographs of each other.Martine Franck’s and Henri Cartier-Bresson’s Romantic Photos | LightBox | TIME.comlightbox.time.comMartine Franck’s and Henri Cartier-Bresson’s intimate portraits of each another provide an insight into the romantic life of the famous husband and wife team.
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Barbara Laage shot by Nina Leen, LIFE Magazine
Woman reading while waiting for subway. Jesse A. Fernández. Times Square, New York, 1960s.
Fernández (Cuban, 1925-1986) was an artist and photographer. Allergic to the studio, Fernández captured his models in the street, at railway stations, at the theatre or in intimate environments.
Summer Days (1884). Edward Killingworth Johnson (English, 1825-1896). Watercolour heightened with bodycolour.
Edward’s paintings achieved wide-spread recognition precisely because of his well-established reputation and connections with the press. His future success was due not only to his immense talent, but also to his ability to produce paintings which reflected the spirit of the age, but which could also be easily reproduced as illustrations in the flourishing world of journals and magazines which he knew well.