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Arthur Sasse

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Category Culture & Art Archives - Jewish Business NewsJewish Business News

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UPI photographer Arthur Sasse snapped the photograph of Einstein at the More...


Albert Einstein From Wikipedia

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On Einstein's 72nd birthday in 1951, the UPI photographer Arthur Sasse was trying to coax him into smiling for the camera.


Mens Fashion News, 30 Jul 2017 | 15 Minute News - Know the News

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The picture was taken on March 14, 1951 by photographer Arthur Sasse after Einstein's 72nd birthday at The Princeton Club.
"Photo was snapped on 14 March 1951 by Arthur Sasse, a UPI photographer whose employers were at first hesitant about publishing the iconoclastic image of Einstein; when they did, Einstein was so...


Iconic Photo of Albert Einstein Sold for $125K | BallerStatus.com

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It was taken on March 14, 1951 by photographer Arthur Sasse, shortly after Einstein's 72nd birthday at The Princeton Club.
"Photo was snapped on 14 March 1951 by Arthur Sasse, a UPI photographer whose employers were at first hesitant about publishing the iconoclastic image of Einstein; when they did, Einstein was so amused by it that he ordered several prints to give out to close friends.


The (Dis)Comfort of Creation | Raphael Shevelev Ideas in Photography

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Perhaps Koestler had not seen my own favorite photograph of Uncle Albert, not Karsh's classic, but a 1951 grab-shot done by UPI photographer Art Sasse, showing Einstein with a long tongue extended toward the photographer.


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