Albert Einstein Photogallery
it was taken on Einstein’s 72nd birthday in Princeton on March 14, 1951 by Arthur Sasse, a press photographer. The original picture shows Einstein sitting on the backseat of a car between Dr Frank Aydelotte, the former head of the Institute for Advanced Study, and his wife.
Einstein was bullied by photographers. They didn’t leave him alone and he is said to have shouted: "That’s enough, that’s enough!" However, the photographers didn't stop taking some more pictures of Einstein. And when he still was asked to pose for a birthday picture he grew tired of the journalists and as encouraging words didn’t help any more, he stuck out his tongue to them. Later Einstein liked the picture very much, so he cut it into shape so only he can still be seen and made several copies of it and started using it as a greeting card to friends.
A photograph of Albert Einstein riding his bicycle in Santa Barbara, California, USA.
Albert Einstein in 1921
This picture was taken when he worked in the patent office of Bern, Switzerland, in 1905.
Albert Einstein in 1920, published in the USA. Source: "The Solar Eclipse of May 29, 1919, and the Einstein Effect," The Scientific Monthly 10:4 (1920), 418-422, on 418.