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Gallery Alert: See Portrait Master Cornel Lucas’ Work on Display in London

A photographer’s work can be exhibited time and time again and never lose its flavor. Case in point: portraitist to the stars Cornel Lucas’ collection of black and white portraits. 

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Hedy Lamarr, Marlene Dietrich & Billy Wilder on the set of “A Foreign Affair”
Marlene Dietrich, 1934. This is what glamour looks like.
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Queen Christina (1933)

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Queen Christina (1933)







A fresh acquisition of Metro Goldwyn Mayer, Greta Garbo signed her contract with the studio giant in the summer of 1925. Here she is photographed on the set of her first Hollywood silent, The Torrent, which was filmed over twenty-three days in the autumn of the same year.

A fresh acquisition of Metro Goldwyn Mayer, Greta Garbo signed her contract with the studio giant in the summer of 1925. Here she is photographed on the set of her first Hollywood silent, The Torrent, which was filmed over twenty-three days in the autumn of the same year.

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Marlene Dietrich by Cecil Beaton 

Marlene Dietrich by Cecil Beaton 

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Marlene Dietrich by Cecil Beaton

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Greta Garbo fotografiado por George Hurrell para el romance, 1930
Marlene Dietrich

Opera diva Greta Garbo equilibra amantes Lewis Stone y Gavin Gordon en Romance (1930)

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Museo Universitario del Chopo.

Museo Universitario del Chopo.

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Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Fruta prohibida, 1976

Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Fruta prohibida, 1976

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Irving Penn, Marlene Dietrich, New York, 1948
Marlene Dietrich (por Truus, Bob y Jan también! )
Postal del alemán por Ross Verlag, no. 6673/2, 1931/32. Foto: Don Inglés / Paramount. Publicidad quieto por El expreso de Shanghai (Josef von Sternberg, 1932).

Marlene Dietrich (por Truus, Bob y Jan también! )

Postal del alemán por Ross Verlag, no. 6673/2, 1931/32. Foto: Don Inglés / Paramount. Publicidad quieto por El expreso de Shanghai (Josef von Sternberg, 1932).

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