Portraits and snapshots of Marcel Duchamp alone by identified and unidentified photographers. Together the images document nearly every decade of Duchamp's life, with the exception of the period from 1900-1910. There is a carte-de-visite of Duchamp at one year of age taken in Rouen, as well as images of him around the ages of three and thirteen. Also includes two views of Duchamp in Europe taken by Katherine Dreier, and a double-sided image with Duchamp as Rrose Selavy on the recto and Duchamp looking through "The Brawl at Austerlitz" on the verso created by Man Ray in 1966.
All photographs for which the Museum owns copyright or has been given copyright permisison have been digitized.