Eve Arnold, globetrotter and photojournalist perhaps most known for her portraits of Marilyn Monroe, died last week at the age of 99, according to a Magnum photo agency spokesperson. Arnold died peacefully in her sleep in a London retirement home, added Fiona Rogers. Born in 1912 in Philadelphia to Russian parents, Eve Arnold worked for publications like Life magazine before joining Magnum in the 1950s.
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