I received a very nice letter from Monica. A single stamp on the envelope called my attention ... I have been searching.
This is a recent issue of Canada on an artist Arnaud Maggs, Canadian photographer died in late 2012, who portrayed Yousuf Karsh, another Canadian photographer of Armenian origin who made famous portraits of historical personages that you have probably seen: Einstein, Alberto Giacometti, Frank Lloyd Wright, Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart , Mother Teresa, Ernest Hemingway, Winston Churchill and Eisenhower. This work belongs to the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography and features very early work of Maggs: portraits in black and white shot from the front, side and back.