Almost entirely self-taught in the art of photography, Eve Arnold possessed not only an innate skill for image-making but an extraordinary ability to connect with her many subjects. Joining Magnum in 1957 as the agency’s first female photographer, Arnold captured on film some of the most significant individuals and groups of the era, including legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor. After meeting on the set of “Cleopatra” in the early 1960s, Taylor and Richard Burton began one of the most publicized and turbulent love affairs of all time. The two would star together in 11 classic films, marrying and divorcing twice along the way. Pictured here, the pair visit a pub during the filming of the 1964 film “Becket”.