Nickolas Muray (1892-1965)
Artist of 1 portrait
Muray studied photography and lithography in Budapest, and moved to the United States in 1913, where he worked at first as a colour printer and colour-print processor. He soon however made a name for himself as a leading fashion photographer, and in the 1920s was noted for his portraits of literary personalities. He was one of the great party-givers of the period, a fencing champion and an officer in the Civil Air Patrol and had a long photographic and personal relationship with Frida Kahlo.