Glamour of the Gods
Talent is innate, it’s true, but icons are made with time.
For some of the most relevant Hollywood actors of the ’20’s – ’60’s, their photo portraits represented a turning point in their careers and in the history of film itself.
Glamour of the Gods is the exhibit on display at the National Portrait Gallery of London until the 23rd of October, celebrating the actors and actresses of this memorable period.
Clark Gable, Audrey Hepburn, Greta Garbo or Marlon Brando are some of the faces that important photographers like John Engstead or George Hurrell, to name a few, captured with their lenses, turning these actors not only into icons, but into gods.
For more info visit the official site
All images by the National Portrait Gallery