David Douglas Duncan 1916-2018, R.I.P.

David Douglas Duncan (January 23, 1916 – June 7, 2018) was an American photojournalist who is best known for his dramatic combat photographs.

In Memoriam David Douglas DuncanCreditVideo by Harry Ransom Center

© Joe McNally

1st Lt David D. Duncan formerly at El Toro, who participated in the famed Fiji Patrol on Bougainville. The picture was made by T/Sgt. George Circle, Group 46 aerial photographer who was with Duncan at Bougainville.

Books

  • This Is War! (1951)
  • The Private World of Pablo Picasso (1958)
  • The Kremlin (1960)
  • Picasso’s Picassos (1961)
  • Yankee Nomad (1966)
  • I Protest! (1968)
  • Self-Portrait: USA (1969)
  • War Without Heroes (1970)
  • Prismatics (1972)
  • David Douglas Duncan [portfolio] (1972?)
  • Goodbye Picasso (1974)
  • The Silent Studio (1976)
  • Magic Worlds of Fantasy (1978)
  • The Fragile Miracle of Martin Gray (1979)
  • Viva Picasso (1980)
  • The World of Allah (1982)
  • New York/New York (1984)
  • Sunflowers for Van Gogh (1986)
  • Picasso and Jacqueline (1988)
  • A Secret Garden (1992)
  • Thor (1993)
  • Picasso Paints a Portrait (1996)
  • Yo-Yo (1999)
  • Faceless (2001)
  • Photo Nomad (2003)
  • Picasso and Lump (2006)

About Keith Goldstein

Lives and works in New York City.
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5 Responses to David Douglas Duncan 1916-2018, R.I.P.

  1. loisajay says:

    102 years old…I hope he had a good life.

  2. Adam Isler says:

    “Like” doesn’t seem like the right response, but you know what I mean.

  3. Keith, thank you for sharing that memorial.

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