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Sanna Dullaway Adds Color to the Most Iconic Photos in History
General-interest blog The Roosevelts has posted a selection of artist Sanna Dullaway's colorized images, showing what iconic images might have looked like to the photographer that captured them. Among the (exceeding well-done, it must be said) adjusted images are Malcolm Browne's iconic shot of monk Thich Quang Duc's self-immolation, Alfred Eisenstaedt's famous image of the kiss in Times Square on VJ Day, and Anne Frank's haunting 1942 portrait.
The images are unattributed, but appear to originate with Swedish artist Sanna Dullaway.
|Abraham Lincoln in color|
|Thich Quang Duc's self-immolation (1968)|
|Atomic test (1946)|
|Alfred Hitchcock - 'Master of Horror' in color|
|Anne Frank (1942)|
|Dorothea Lange's 'Migrant Mother' (1936)|
|Margaret Bourke-White took this iconic shot in 1937 - here's how it might have looked to her.|