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Arthur Sasse

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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.


Who is Einstein? | Online Schools & Degrees

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... Albert Einstein has been the subject of or inspiration for many works of popular culture ... On Einstein's 72nd birthday on March 14, 1951, UPI photographer Arthur Sasse was trying to persuade him to smile for the camera, but having smiled for photographers many times that day ...


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.


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This famous photo and popular poster of Albert Einstein was taken March 14, 1951, by UPI photographer Arthur Sasse.
After an event at Princeton to honor Einstein on his 72nd birthday, Sasse and other photographers were desperately trying to convince Einstein to smile for the camera.


Costa Rica Travel Surf Expat blog for Norm Schriever - Norm Writes

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Albert Einstein's humor, portrayed by this candid shot by UPI photographer Arthur Sasse on March 14, 1951.


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