American photographer Arnold Newman studied painting at the University of Miami before turning to photography. In 1938, Newman moved to Philadelphia and began to photograph artists he admired, including Marc Chagall, Marcel Duchamp and Piet Mondrian. An exhibition of this work entitled ‘Artists Look Like This’ took place at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 1945. Newman opened the Arnold Newman Studios in 1946. His portraits have received numerous awards and have been exhibited worldwide.
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