- This article is about the American photographer. For the Ohio politician, see Waldo Rose.
Ben Rose (1916 – 1980) was an American photographer.
Ben Rose started as a photographer when he was a young man. He was graduated from the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art in 1938 and where he taught Photography and Advertising Photography from 1945–1950. His first show at the A-D Galley was in 1941 with Arnold Newman with whom he had grown up in Atlantic City. He has been noted for his contribution of high technology and electronics to photography by designer Louis Dorfman.
He, together with Irving Penn, was part of the "Philadelphia Group" that had studied with Alexey Brodovitch in the 1930s.
Books that have been illustrated with Ben Rose's photography include:
- ^ Notable Alumni retrieved December 26, 2006
- ^ PM Magazine Volume 6 Issue 2, December-January 1941-1942 retrieved December 26, 2006
- ^ Photography:"The Past 35 Years, ASMP Bulletin retrieved December 26, 2006
- ^ An Interview with Arnold Newman the interview was taped on April 1, 1993 retrieved December 26, 2006