The Bank of England chose Winston Churchill by Yousuf Karsh to appear on the front of its all-new polymer banknote, now in circulation across the UK.
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Sibelius was born on this day, December 8, in 1865.
“Woven Histories: Textiles and Modern Abstraction.”
Carter was an American writer, activist and humanitarian who served as the first lady of the United States.
On this day in 1988, Bhutto was named Prime Minister of Pakistan.
The American politician, diplomat, political scientist, and geopolitical consultant has died.
The “THINK” slogan was first used by Watson in December 1911.
Karsh had photographed Kennedy in 1957 and 1960, when JFK was the senator for Massachusetts.
Nader has a new book out called “The Rebellious CEO.”
De Sica was an Italian film director and actor.
Camus was born on this day, November 7, in 1913.
Mitterand was photographed by Karsh for “Paris Match.”
‘He will never be here,’ the gallery owner commented, when my assistant and two hundred pounds of equipment arrived.
“The Canadian people may never fully understand him.”
Bush was an American engineer, inventor and science administrator.
Wright was among the most influential designers of the 20th Century.
Williams was an English composer.
Stavropoulos was a New York fashion designer best known for his draped silk chiffon dresses and evening gowns.
Goldwater was photographed on this day, October 2, in 1963.
“Still Photographs, Publicity, and the Making of Cecil B. DeMille’s “Ten Commandments.”
Chirac died on this day, September 26, in 2019.
Diefenbaker was the 13th Prime Minister of Canada.
Fleming discovered Penicillin in September, 1928.
Lartigue started taking photographs when he was seven.
DeBakey was an American general and cardiovascular surgeon, scientist and medical educator.
Ernst was a primary pioneer of the Dada movement and Surrealism.
In 1967, Marshall became the first African American to be confirmed as a United States Supreme Court justice.
Bergman was a Swedish actress who starred in a variety of films, television movies, and plays.
Kennedy served as a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts for almost 47 years.
The Woodstock Music & Art Fair kicked off today, August 15, in 1969.
His Excellency Earl Athlone was photographed on this day, August 8, in 1940.
Annenberg was an American businessman, investor, philanthropist, and diplomat.
On August 2, 1970, Karsh was in Italy photographing several artists.
“From the three sites offered for photography, I chose a simple ceremonial room.”
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was born on this day, July 28, in 1929.
Dr. Best contributed to the discovery of the pancreatic hormone insulin.
“If integrity goes, technique alone cannot save it.”
McLuhan was a Canadian philosopher whose work is among the cornerstones of the study of media theory.
The Apollo Lunar Module Eagle landed on the moon on this day, July 20, in 1969.
John was photographed during Karsh’s prolific trip to Europe in 1954.