Pablo Picasso e Françoise Gilot nel 1948, fotografati dal grande Robert Capa (Magnum Photos)

Pablo Picasso shelters sweetheart and muse Francoise Gilot, as seen in Veronica Kavass’ Artists in Love.

Robert Capa, Nam Dinh, Vietnam, 1954    This picture, taken on May 25th, was one of the last Robert Capa ever took. Shortly afterwards, Capa stepped on a land mine and was killed.

Nam Dinh, Vietnam, 1954 This picture, taken was one of the last Robert Capa ever took. Shortly afterwards, Capa stepped on a land mine and was killed.

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D Day 1944 Robert Capa (this is NOT a Capa photo: was taken on Omaha Beach by Walter Rosenblum )

© Robert Capa/International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos. - Robert Capa, [Capucine, French model and actress, on a balcony, Rome], Au...

© Robert Capa/International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos. - Robert Capa, [Capucine, French model and actress, on a balcony, Rome]

[Found out about this photograph from Life is Strange. Hauntingly incredible.] Robert Capa. Spaanse Burgeroorlog 1936.

Robert Capa: 'The best picture I ever took' - a picture from the past

Death of a Loyalist Soldier - which was taken in Cordoba, Spain in 1936 during Spanish Civil War is one of the most famous images of combat ever taken by Robert Capa. This picture is the most remarkable candid images of war ever taken.

Robert Capa image. An American soldier bathing a puppy in his helmet, Tunisia c.1943.

kvetchlandia: “ Robert Capa American Soldier Bathing a Puppy in His Helmet, Tunisia ”

Robert Capa - Guerra Civil Española

Robert Capa Wounded Veteran of the International Brigades at the Ceremony at Which these Anti-Fascist Brigades Were Disbanded

Prisonniers allemands par les américains. Photo de Robert Capa

SS-Untersturmführer Kurt Peters of the SS-Panzergrenadierdivsion "Götz von Berlichingen’, being searched by an American military policeman in the area of Notre Dame de Cenilly, France

Ingrid Bergman by Robert Capa at "Stromboli" set. (I have left the original caption: This is NOT a Capa photo - it was taken by Gordon Parks but it was taken when she was working on 'Stromboli')

Gordon Parks—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images - Ingrid Bergman stands on a street as village women stare at her during filming of the movie, Stromboli, on the Italian island of Stromboli,

Robert Capa:  Paris, 26 August 1944

Robert Capa, Paris 26 August 1944 one of the second tier iconic photos from WWII. Would have been first tier if the child was not picking his nose

Ernest Hemingway & Martha Gellhorn - photo by Robert Capa

© Robert Capa, Ernest Hemingway in Hospital After a Party, London © Robert Capa,

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