Your Shopping Cart

It appears that your cart is currently empty!

CONTINUE SHOPPING

News

OZZIE AND ALBERT: SWEET'S ICONIC EINSTEIN

by Larry Canale |

Perhaps the most iconic portrait in Ozzie Sweet’s archive is a black-and-white photograph he made of Albert Einstein (1879–1955), an image that gives us a different view of the great scientist—relaxed, smiling, unassuming. Ozzie loved recalling his Einstein session, and I enjoyed hearing about it on multiple occasions.  It was late February in 1947, and Newsweek—for whom Sweet was working as...

A MESSAGE FROM OZZIE: SMILE

by Jared Gendron |

 

OZZIE WOULD BE SO HAPPY...

by Jared Gendron |

Ozzie would be happy to know his photographs are still being enjoyed.  I love the way I feel when seeing his photos and always want to stay a little longer with each image.  The talented team at JG Autographs and House of Roulx will be presenting Ozzie Sweet images while our dear friend and accomplished writer, Larry...

THE ART OF OZZIE SWEET

by Larry Canale |

Ozzie Sweet was as humble a man as you could meet—there was no air of superiority about him, no sense of self-importance. Yes, he knew he was good, and he took pride in his standing as the most prolific cover photographer in publishing history. But in the 20 years I knew Ozz, I never heard him crow about any of...

OZZIE SWEET AND BASEBALL: SO HAPPY TOGETHER

by Larry Canale |

Ozzie Sweet’s strategy when it came to portraying baseball players often involved putting them on a pedestal, figuratively speaking (and, sometimes, even literally). His low-angle views emphasized a player’s muscular build or lankiness or height, and typically gave players a larger-than-life aura. Most of all, Ozz loved smiles, as so many of his photographs reveal. It was no...