Salvador Dali Portraits by Phillipe Halsman — 1958

Salvador Dali Portraits by Phillipe Halsman — 1946

Salvador Dali Portraits by Phillipe Halsman — 1954

Salvador Dali Portraits by Phillipe Halsman — 1954

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“For me, photography can be dead serious or great fun.  Trying to capture the elusive truth with a camera is often frustrating toil.  Trying to create an image that does not exist, except in one’s imagination, is often an elating game.  I particularly enjoy this game when I play it with Salvador Dali.  We were like two accomplices.  Whenever I had an unusual idea, I would ask him to be the hero of my photograph.  There was a cross-stimulation going on.”    –P.H.

Lots more photographs here.