Photographer Eve Arnold had known Marilyn Monroe for 10 years by the time she photographed her on the set of The Misfits.
Marlene Dietrich is seen here at the recording studios of Columbia Records in 1952. Arnold notes: "It was a wet and cold November night and work could only begin at midnight, at the advice of Marlene's astrologer."
Many of Eve Arnold's best photos are not of the rich and famous, but from picture stories on daily life, such as this shot of a bargirl in a brothel in the red light district of Havana, Cuba, taken in 1954.
One of her last assignments in the US before leaving for Britain was photographing civil rights activist Malcolm X.
This photo taken at The Royal Academy of Art in London in 1961 was part of a story for Queen magazine on Dora Grubb, a widow seeking a companion.
Another story shot for Queen focused on the lives of four girls sharing an apartment.
Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in 1963 at a pub in Shepperton, where he was filming Becket. Arnold notes the packet of sausages that will be cooked for Elizabeth's dinner by the chef in her four-star hotel.
In 1966 Eve Arnold travelled to the Soviet Union where she photographed a number of stories, including one on divorce.
In 1969 she went to Afghanistan and caught these three women on the way to their joint husband's grave. It was part of a series entitled Veiled Women.
Eve Arnold's colour work for the Sunday Times and other magazines provides us with pictures of a time when many were still shooting in black and white, though she often shot both side by side.
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