Frida Kahlo's Self-Portrait With Monkeys

16 Brilliant Artists And Their Animal Muses

16 Brilliant Artists And Their Animal Muses - Frida Kahlo and her monkeys

//\\ Peter Beard:  Self Portrait  (1968)

“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls!” ― Ted Grant (Peter Beard: Self Portrait

[Self-Portrait in Automated Photobooth] Walker Evans - 1930's.

[Self-Portrait in Automated Photobooth] Walker Evans (American, St. Louis, Missouri New Haven, Connecticut)

Escher, Mauritis (1899-1972) - 1935 #Self Portrait in Spherical Mirror

Mauritis Escher, - 1935 Portrait in Spherical Mirror // wow, this is a good one. I've never even seen a photo of the real Escher before

Walker Evans [Self-portrait on Roof of 441 East 92nd Street, New York City]

Walker Evans [Self-portrait on Roof of 441 East Street, New York City]. Other photographers Robert Frank, Garry Winogrand, Diane Arbus, and Lee Friedlander are among the most significant later photographers who have acknowledged their debt to Evans

Self-portrait (New York) (1945) by German fashion photographer & Dada artist Erwin Blumenfeld (1897-1969). via NYT

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Self-portrait (New York) by German fashion photographer & Dada artist Erwin Blumenfeld via NYT

Jeanloup Sieff by Jeanloup Sieff.

Jeanloup Sieff French photographer of Polish extraction, famous for portraiture, landscapes, nudes and use of wide-angle lens, shooting mainly in black and white

Double Portrait

An eye, brain trick. You will enjoy this if you are using the right side of your brain. Stare at this pic carefully and you will see this man turn his face. Share this with your friends if you saw him turn his head.

John Lennon - Self Portrait of John Lennon and his Rolleiflex in the attic of his house Kenwood, June 29, 1967. °

Self-portrait of John Lennon and his Rolleiflex in the attic of his house Kenwood June 29 1967

photos by Stanley Kubrick: everyday_i_show

Self-portrait of Stanley Kubrick with a Leica III camera, 1949 [Look Magazine Collection, Library of Congress] / more [+] by this photographer

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