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|Birth:||3rd March, 1918|
|Death:||6th June, 2006|
|Profession:||Artist, Photographer, Politician|
Arnold Abner Newman was born in Manhattan, Newman grew up in Atlantic City, New Jersey and later moved to Miami Beach, Florida. He was an American photographer, noted for his "environmental portraits" of artists and politicians. He was also known for his carefully composed abstract still life images. In 1936, he studied painting and drawing at the University of Miami. Newman returned to Florida in 1942 to manage a portrait studio in West Palm Beach. Three years later he opened his own business in Miami Beach. In 1946, Newman relocated to New York, opened Arnold Newman Studios and worked as a freelance photographer for Fortune, Life, and Newsweek. Among Newman's best-known color images is an eerie portrait that shows convicted former Nazi slave labor boss Alfried Krupp in one of Krupp's factories. Newman taught photography at Cooper Union for many years.
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