Photographic portraits of famous personalities from the LIFE magazine
• Photo portraits of famous personalities from the LIFE magazine
In 1936 came the first issue of Life, in which all the following years began to publish photos of the most famous photographers of the world. Archive Life, to issue up to 1972 includes approximately 10 million photographs that the journal accumulated in its history.
The log file of course includes numerous portraits of celebrities like film and music and iconic personalities of his time. Many of them have become classics of photography.
The Marlboro Man. Portrait of a 39-year-old cowboy from Texas by the name of Clarence Hailey, whose image is then repeatedly used for the advertising of cigarettes. Picture Leonard McComb 1949.
Cosby, Bill (American actor, stand-up comedian, director and musician).
Audrey Hepburn ingenue.
Marvin Gaye, musician, arranger, father of modern rhythm and blues.
Rita Moreno, actress, singer and dancer.
Gregory Peck, star of Hollywood 1940-1960-ies.
Montgomery Clift, American actor, one of the first Hollywood sex symbols - adherents of the Stanislavsky system.
Bette Davis - the first lady of American cinema.
J. Robert Oppenheimer, American scientist, one of the creators of the atomic bomb.
Thomas Hart Benton, American artist.
Paul Reynaud, French politician and jurist, supporter of the ideas of economic liberalism, was Prime Minister of France.
Lucille Ball, American comedienne and star of the television series "I Love Lucy."
Karl Heinz Dellvo (Karl-Heinz Dellwo), a member of the West German anti-imperialist groups that existed in 1970-90-ies.
Mary Lou Williams, jazz pianist and composer.
Shane Mosley, American professional boxer.
Anjelica Huston, American actress and model best known for her role as Morticia Addams in "The Addams Family."
Robert Mitchum, American actor, writer and producer.
Jean Seberg, American actress.