Don McCullin – Homeless Irishman : what an interesting eyes! He must have seen a lot. Could watch this face for hours

Don McCullin – Homeless Irishman : what an interesting eyes! He must have seen a lot. Could watch this face for hours

A mother and her child in a refugee camp from the war in Bangladesh by Don McCullin. 1971. S)

A mother and her child in a refugee camp from the war in Bangladesh by Don McCullin. 1971. S)

Shell-shocked US marine, Hue, Vietnam, February 1968.     Photographer - Don McCullin

Shaped by War: Photographs by Don McCullin

don mccullin  This is more Historical photography, but oh well...

don mccullin This is more Historical photography, but oh well...

Don McCullin   The Six Day War. An Israeli paratrooper near the Wailing Wall during the assault on Jerusalem.   1967, June

Don McCullin The Six Day War. An Israeli paratrooper near the Wailing Wall during the assault on Jerusalem. 1967, June

American soldiers look into East Berlin from a war-damaged building in 1961 taken by Don McCullin

American soldiers look into East Berlin from a war-damaged building in 1961 taken by Don McCullin


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Don McCullin (born 1935)  Shell-shocked Soldier, Hue  1968  Gelatin silver print  Museum no. Ph.1280-1980

Don McCullin (born 1935) Shell-shocked Soldier, Hue 1968 Gelatin silver print Museum no. Ph.1280-1980

McCullin's first-ever published photograph, The Guv'nors, captures a gang from Finsbury Park, London, outside a dilapidated house. It was first published in the Observer in 1958 after a policeman was murdered by one of the gang members

This is England: Don McCullin at the National Museum of Media

McCullin's first-ever published photograph, The Guv'nors, captures a gang from Finsbury Park, London, outside a dilapidated house. It was first published in the Observer in 1958 after a policeman was murdered by one of the gang members

Don McCullin. Seaside pier on south coast, Eastbourne, Great Britain, 1970s

Don McCullin. Seaside pier on south coast, Eastbourne, Great Britain, 1970s

Don McCullin Catholic youth escaping a CS gas assault in the Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1971.

Don McCullin Catholic youth escaping a CS gas assault in the Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1971.

Don McCullin -A lone anti-war protester confronts police in Whitehall during the Cuban Missile Crisis, London, 1962

Don McCullin -A lone anti-war protester confronts police in Whitehall during the Cuban Missile Crisis, London, 1962

The Bogside, Derry, 1971. The veteran photojournalist Don McCullin, renowned for his arresting images of war and haunting portraits and land...

The Bogside, Derry, 1971. The veteran photojournalist Don McCullin, renowned for his arresting images of war and haunting portraits and land...

Don McCullin. 'At a café in Finsbury Park, London' 1958- A photojournalist,  an artist,  a soldier.  Don McCullins photographs are not only artistically  valid today,  but politically and emotionally valid today as well.  His photos are raw emotion before your eyes.

Don McCullin. 'At a café in Finsbury Park, London' 1958- A photojournalist, an artist, a soldier. Don McCullins photographs are not only artistically valid today, but politically and emotionally valid today as well. His photos are raw emotion before your eyes.

Catherine Leroy Vietnam | Leroy murió a los 61 años a consecuencia de un cáncer, precisaron ...

Catherine Leroy Vietnam | Leroy murió a los 61 años a consecuencia de un cáncer, precisaron ...

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