11 of 113 portraits of Aldous Huxley
by George Platt Lynes
gelatin silver print, 1946
9 1/2 in. x 7 1/2 in. (240 mm x 192 mm)
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Huxley moved to America in the Spring of 1937, and this photograph shows him at home at Llano del Rio in California, the site of an abandoned Utopian commune. His time living here inspired publications including the essay Ozymandias, the Desert Utopia that Failed (1956).