List of iconic photographs

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Many books have been produced about iconic photographs and giving suggested examples.[1] This list of iconic photographs provides an index to articles where the major topic is an iconic photograph of events or people. The requirement is that the particular photographs themselves are sufficiently famous to warrant an article – the fame of the person or event is not in itself enough. Sometimes the articles are about the person rather than the photograph taken of them but this is normally where they would probably not have become notable except for the image. Some of the photographs are of staged situations that did not actually take place at all.[note 1]

Index of articles[edit]

Date/
Photographer
Article/
subject
Description Link to image Genre[note 2]
+Reference
1826 or 1827
Nicéphore Niépce
View from the Window at Le Gras Oldest surviving camera photograph. File:View from the Window at Le Gras, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce.jpg Art[2]
between 24 April 1838 and 4 May 1838
Louis Daguerre
Boulevard du Temple, Paris Oldest picture of a living person File:Boulevard du Temple by Daguerre.jpg Art[3]
1855
Roger Fenton
Valley of the Shadow of Death
Sevastopol
"First iconic photograph of war" File:Valley of the shadow of death.jpg War[4]
1861
unknown
Edwin Francis Jemison Confederate soldier, private, of 2nd Louisiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment File:Private Edwin Francis Jemison.jpg Portrait[5]
September 1862
Alexander Gardner
Bodies on the battlefield at Antietam Photograph of the field at Antietam, American Civil War. Confederate dead by a fence at the Hagerstown Turnpike, looking north. File:Bodies on the battlefield at antietam.jpg War[6]
1863
William D. McPherson and Mr. Oliver
Whipped Peter
– Peter Gordon
Whipped slave at Baton Rouge File:Scourged back by McPherson & Oliver, 1863, retouched.jpg Suffering[7]
1878
Eadweard Muybridge
Sallie Gardner at a Gallop First photos of horse galloping. File:Eadweard Muybridge-Sallie Gardner 1878.jpg Art[8]
22 October 1895, or a few days after – Lévy and Sons Train wreck at Montparnasse, Paris Train wreck at Montparnasse Station, at Place de Rennes side (now Place du 18 Juin 1940), Paris, France File:Train wreck at Montparnasse 1895.jpg Social[9]
1907
Alfred Stieglitz
The Steerage
SS Kaiser Wilhelm II
Passengers on steerage decks. File:Alfred Stieglitz (American - The Steerage - Google Art Project.jpg Social[10]
about 1918
Eric Enstrom
Grace
– Charles Wilden
State photograph of Minnesota Legislature File:Eric Enstrom - Grace - bw.jpg Portrait[11]
1927
Edward Weston
Nautilus Modernist photograph of nautilus shell File:Weston-nautilus.jpg Art[12]
1928
Tom Howard
Ruth Snyder Woman executed in electric chair. File:Snyder chair.jpg Execution[13]
1932
Charles Clyde Ebbets
Lunch atop a Skyscraper Photograph of skyscraper construction workers. File:Lunch atop a Skyscraper.jpg Social[14]
1934
Robert Kenneth Wilson
Surgeon's photograph Presumed fake photograph of Loch Ness Monster File:Hoaxed photo of the Loch Ness monster.jpg Social[15]
1936
Dorothea Lange
Migrant mother
– Florence Owens Thompson
Destitute mother in Great Depression File:Lange-MigrantMother02.jpg Social[16]
1936
Juan Guzmán
Marina Ginestà Reporter with rifle in Spanish Civil War File:Marina Ginesta.jpg Portrait[17]
1936
Robert Capa
The Falling Soldier
Federico Borrell García
Death of Republican soldier in Spanish Civil War File:Capa, Death of a Loyalist Soldier.jpg War[18]
1936
unknown
August Landmesser Man in crowd refusing to give Nazi salute. File:August-Landmesser-Almanya-1936.jpg Protest[19]
6 May 1937
Sam Shere
Hindenburg disaster Zeppelin the Hindenburg on fire at the mooring mast of Lakehurst File:Hindenburg disaster.jpg Disaster[20]
9 July 1937
Jimmy Sime
Toffs and Toughs
Harrow schoolboys and other boys.
Class differences in Britain. File:Toffs and Toughs.jpg Social[21]
28 August 1937
H. S. Wong
Bloody Saturday
– unknown
Baby in bombed-out ruins in Shanghai. File:Bloody Saturday, Shanghai.jpg Suffering[22]
1937
Max Dupain
Sunbaker
– Harold Salvage
"Arguably the most widely recognised of all Australian photographs." File:Sunbaker maxdupain nga76.54.jpg Art[23]
1940
Claude P. Dettloff
Wait for Me, Daddy
– Jack Bernard and son
Son runs after father marching to war. File:British Columbia Regiment 1940.jpg Social[24]
1940
Herbert Mason
St Paul's Survives In the London blitz. File:Air Raid Damage in Britain during the Second World War HU36220.jpg War[25]
1941
unknown
The last Jew in Vinnitsa
– unknown
A Jewish man shot during a mass execution by Einsatzgruppen (Nazi death squads) File:The last Jew in Vinnitsa, 1941.jpg Execution[26]
1942
Max Alpert
Combat
– Aleksei Gordeyevich Yeryomenko
Soldier raising his unit for an attack. File:RIAN archive 543 A battalion commander.jpg War[27]
1942
unknown
Einsatzgruppen members and Jewish civilians Einsatzgruppen murder Jews in Ivanhorod, Ukraine File:Einsatzgruppen murder Jews in Ivanhorod, Ukraine, 1942.jpg Execution[28]
1942
unknown
Ljubo Čupić Moments before his execution by firing squad File:Ljubo cupic.jpg Execution[29]
1942
Slobodanka Vasić (probably)
Stjepan Filipović Moments before execution by hanging File:Stjepan Stevo Filipović.jpg Execution[30]
1943 (April or May)
Possibly Franz Konrad
Warsaw Ghetto boy Women and children driven out of a bunker during the Warsaw Ghetto uprising for deportation to a death camp File:Stroop Report - Warsaw Ghetto Uprising BW.jpg Suffering[31]
1943 (April or May)
Possibly Franz Konrad
Małka Zdrojewicz, Bluma and Rachela Wyszogrodzka Jewish resistance fighters captured during the Warsaw Ghetto uprising File:Stroop Report - Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 13.jpg Suffering[32]
1943
unknown
Leonard Siffleet Commando executed by beheading. File:LeonardGSiffleet.jpg Execution[33]
1943–1944
Georgij "Žorž" Skrigin
Kozarčanka
– Milja Marin
Smiling female partisan wearing a Titovka cap and with a rifle. File:Kozarčanka - Milja Marin.jpg Portrait[34]
1944
Robert F. Sargent
Into the Jaws of Death
– landing craft
Soldiers disembarking from D-day landing craft. File:Into the Jaws of Death 23-0455M edit.jpg War[35]
1945-02-23
Joe Rosenthal
Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima Raising U.S. flag on Mount Suribachi during the Battle of Iwo Jima File:Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima by Joe Rosenthal.jpg War[36]
1945-04-27
Väinö Oinonen
Raising the Flag on the Three-Country Cairn Raising Finnish flag on the three-country cairn after the end of World War II in Finland File:Kolmen valtakunnan rajapyykki 27.4.1945.png War[37]
1945-05-02
Yevgeny Khaldei
Raising a flag over the Reichstag Raising Soviet flag during Battle of Berlin File:Reichstag flag original.jpg War[38]
1945-08-14
Alfred Eisenstaedt
V-J Day in Times Square
Greta Zimmer Friedman
"In New York's Times Square a white-clad girl clutches her purse and skirt as an uninhibited sailor plants his lips squarely on hers" File:Legendary kiss V–J day in Times Square Alfred Eisenstaedt.jpg Social[39]
1945
unknown
Dancing Man
– Frank McAlary
Celebrating end of WW II in Sydney, Australia File:Dancing Man, Australia, end of World War II.jpg Social[40]
1946
Margaret Bourke-White
Gandhi and the Spinning Wheel
Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi reading beside his spinning wheel File:Gandhi spinning wheel.jpeg Portrait[41][42]
1946
V-2 No. 13
White Sands rocket
– Earth
First photograph of Earth from space. File:First photo from space.jpg Science[43]
1947
Robert Wiles
The most beautiful suicide
Evelyn McHale
Suicide victim after falling from building. File:Evelyn McHale.jpg Suffering[44]
1950
Robert Doisneau
Kiss at the City Hall, Paris – Françoise Delbart, Jacques Carteaud Stage picture of a young couple kissing in the street near the City Hall of Paris [1] Social[45][46]
1950
Max Desfor
Flight of Refugees Across Wrecked Bridge in Korea
– Bridge at Pyongyang
War refugees crossing bridge. File:Flight of Refugees Across Wrecked Bridge 1950.jpg War[47]
1951
Raymond Gosling[note 3]
Photograph 51 X-ray diffraction image providing key to DNA structure. File:Photo 51 x-ray diffraction image.jpg Science[48]
1957
Joe Shere
Jayne Mansfield-Sophia Loren photo
Sophia Loren and Jayne Mansfield
The two actresses at a dinner party. File:Sophia and jayne.jpg Social[49]
1957
Will Counts
Elizabeth Eckford First black students to attend classes at Little Rock Central High School File:Little Rock Desegregation 1957.jpg Social[50]
1958
Art Kane
A Great Day in Harlem Group portrait of jazz musicians. File:Great Day in Harlem.jpg Social[51]
1960
Alberto Korda
Guerrillero Heroico
Che Guevara
At funeral for victims of La Coubre explosion File:CheHigh.jpg Portrait[52]
August 1961
Peter Leibing
Leap into Freedom – Hans Conrad Schumann East German soldier running away over barbed-wire in Berlin [2] Social[53]
11 June 1963
Malcolm Browne
Thích Quảng Đức self-immolationThích Quảng Đức Thích Quảng Đức's self-immolation during the Buddhist crisis in Vietnam. Malcolm Browne won the 1963 World Press Photo of the Year for a similar photo. John F. Kennedy said "No news picture in history has generated so much emotion around the world as that one." Malcolm Browne went on to win the 1964 Pulitzer Prize as well. File:Thích Quảng Đức self-immolation.jpg Protest[54]
1963
Cecil W. Stoughton
Inauguration of Lyndon B. Johnson Swearing-in of Lyndon B. Johnson on Air Force One File:Lyndon B. Johnson taking the oath of office, November 1963.jpg Social[55]
1964
police
Gerri Santoro Woman dead from an illegal abortion. File:Gerri Santoro (1964).jpg Suffering[56]
1967
Marc Riboud
The Ultimate Confrontation
– Jan Rose Kasmir
Protester holding a chrysanthemum and gazing at bayonet-wielding soldiers File:Jan Rose Kasmir.jpg Protest[57]
1967
Bernie Boston
Flower Power Vietnam War protester placing carnation in rifle. File:Flower Power by Bernie Boston.jpg Protest[58]
1967
Diane Arbus
Identical Twins Identical twins, wearing the same clothes, facing the camera. Identical Twins, Roselle, New Jersey, 1967.jpg Art[59]
1 February 1968
Eddie Adams
Execution of Nguyễn Văn Lém
Nguyễn Ngọc Loan
Execution by shooting. File:Execution of Nguyễn Văn Lém.jpg Execution[60]
16 October 1968
John Dominis, Angelo Cozzi and others
Black Power at the Summer Olympic Games
Tommie Smith, John Carlos, Peter Norman
American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos, along with Australian Peter Norman, during the award ceremony of the 200 m race at the Olympic Games at Mexico City. File:John Carlos, Tommie Smith, Peter Norman 1968cr.jpg Protest[61]
24 December 1968
William Anders
Earthrise Earth and Moon's surface from Apollo 8 File:NASA-Apollo8-Dec24-Earthrise.jpg Science[62]
8 August 1969
Iain MacMillan
Abbey RoadThe Beatles Cover of the album File:Beatles - Abbey Road.jpg Art[63]
1970
John Filo
Mary Ann Vecchio and Jeffrey Miller Vecchio kneeling over Miller's body during the Kent State shootings. File:Kent State massacre.jpg Suffering[64]
1971
W. Eugene Smith
Tomoko Uemura in Her Bath Mother bathing very ill daughter. File:W. Eugene Smith - Tomoko Uemura in Her Bath.jpg Suffering[65]
1972
Jack Schmitt
The Blue Marble
– Earth
Earth from Apollo 17 File:The Earth seen from Apollo 17.jpg Science[66]
1972
Nick Ut
Phan Thi Kim Phuc Vietnamese girl running from napalm. File:TrangBang.jpg Suffering[67]
1972
Russell McPhedran
Black September member Hostage taker on the balcony of Munich Olympic village Building 31 during the Munich Massacre. File:Ap munich905 t.jpg Suffering[68]
1972
Dwight Hooker
Lenna
Lena Söderberg
Standard test for image processing. File:Lenna.png Portrait[69]
1973
Slava Veder
Burst of Joy
– Robert L. Stirm and family
Family greeting homecoming soldier. File:Burst of Joy.jpg Social
1975
Hubert van Es
22 Gia Long Street U.S. evacuation of Saigon File:Saigon-hubert-van-es.jpg War[70]
1975
Stanley Forman
Fire Escape Collapse
– Diana Bryant and Tiare Jones
People falling from fire escape when escaping fire. File:Fire Escape Collapse.png Suffering[71]
1976
Stanley Forman
The Soiling of Old Glory
– Joseph Rakes and Ted Landsmark
Protest in Boston. File:Soiling of Old Glory.jpg Protest[72]
1976
Sam Nzima
Hector Pieterson Boy dying from shooting in Soweto uprising. File:Hector pieterson.jpg Suffering[73]
1976
Martin Elliott
Tennis Girl
– Fiona Butler
Young woman on tennis court. File:TennisGirl thumb.jpg Social[74]
1980
Alfred Yaghobzadeh
Hassan Jangju Soldier crawling through muddy ground while holding a rifle in ready state File:Hassan_Jangju.jpg War[75]
1984
Steve McCurry
Afghan Girl
– Sharbat Gula
"First World's Third World Mona Lisa" File:Sharbat Gula.jpg Portrait[76]
1985
Hans Runesson
A Woman Hitting a Neo-Nazi With Her Handbag
– Danuta Danielsson
Woman hitting marching neo-nazi with handbag. File:A Woman Hitting a Neo-Nazi With Her Handbag.jpg Protest[77]
1985-11-16
Frank Fournier
The Agony of Omayra Sánchez Girl trapped in lahar from volcano. File:Omayra Sanchez.jpg Suffering[78]
1989
Jeff Widener
Tank Man
– unknown
Man confronting column of tanks. File:Tianasquare.jpg Protest[79]
1990
Shaney Komulainen
Face to Face
– Patrick Cloutier and Brad Larocque
Confrontation during Oka Crisis. File:Oka stare down.jpg Protest[80]
1990
Voyager I
Pale Blue Dot
– Earth
Earth from 6 billion kilometers. File:Pale Blue Dot.png Science[81]
1993
Kevin Carter
The vulture and the little girl Vulture eyeing starving child in Sudan famine. File:Kevin-Carter-Child-Vulture-Sudan.jpg Suffering[82]
1995
Hubble Space Telescope
Pillars of Creation Region of star formation. File:Eagle nebula pillars.jpg Science[83]
1999
Michael Clancy
Hand of Hope
Samuel Armas
Hand of fetus during surgery. File:Samuel Armas Aug19 1999.jpg Social[84]
2000
Laurent Rebours
Faris Odeh Boy throwing rock at tank. File:Faris odeh03a.jpg Protest[85]
2001
Richard Drew
The Falling Man Falling from World Trade Center , 9/11/2001 File:The Falling Man.jpg Suffering[86]
2003
Warren Zinn
Joseph Patrick Dwyer Soldier carrying rescued boy. File:Joseph Patrick Dwyer.jpg War[87]
2003
Ivan Frederick
Ali Shallal al-Qaisi Abu Ghraib prisoner being subjected to torture. File:AbuGhraibAbuse-standing-on-box.jpg Suffering[88]
2004
Luis Sinco
The Marlboro Marine
James Blake Miller
Marine smoking after battle File:James Blake Miller as Marlboro Marine.jpg Portrait[89]
10 March 2008
Luiz Carlos Vasconcelos
Indigenous woman resisting heavily armed police A woman tries to resist police eviction of squatters on private land near the city of Manaus, Brasil. World Press Photo winner, 1st prize, 2009. [3] Protest[90]
2010
Jodi Bieber
Bibi Aisha
– Aesha Mohammadzai
Time cover of Afghan woman's mutilated face File:Bibi Aisha Cover of Time.jpg Portrait[91]
2011
Pete Souza
Situation Room Watching Osama bin Laden kill-or-capture mission from White House Situation Room. File:Obama and Biden await updates on bin Laden.jpg Social[92]
2013
Carolyn Porco
The Day the Earth Smiled
– planet Saturn
Saturn and rings eclipsing sun from Cassini probe. File:The Day the Earth Smiled - PIA17172.jpg Science[93]
2015
Nilüfer Demir
Death of Alan Kurdi Three-year-old Syrian refugee lying drowned on beach. File:Alan Kurdi lifeless body.jpg Suffering[94]
2016
Jonathan Bachman
Taking a Stand in Baton Rouge
– Ieshia Evans
Arrest during protest in Baton Rouge File:Taking a Stand in Baton Rouge.jpg Protest[95]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Only articles that display the actual photograph are considered (those without an image have not been included in this index) but, because they are often not available under a free licence, these images are linked to here but not displayed.
  2. ^ The photographs are subjectively categorised under eight genres: Art, Execution, Portrait, Protest, Science, Social, Suffering, War. If several apply the earlier in the list has been selected.
  3. ^ Gosling was working under supervision of Rosalind Franklin.

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