Recently, the New York Times ran an article called "Is This the Greatest Photo in Jazz History?" about a famous photograph of four jazz legends on stage in a small NY club in the 1950s. Reading the article brought up a question I thought I'd like to ask here. (My question is not "is this the greatest photo in jazz history?")
Clearly, I don't hold any rights to the photo, and I don't want to inappropriately upload a copy here, but my question is, in part, about this particular photo, so it seems like it would be very valuable to include the photo in the question. (Also, there's a mural of a topless mermaid painted on a wall in the photo that may not be appropriate for SE.) What's the best approach to ask a question related to this photo?
I could link to the article as I've done here, but it's behind a paywall, so many users might not be able to click through. It's a pretty well known photo, especially among jazz enthusiasts, but I don't want to pose a question like "hey, you know what photo I mean, right? Go look it up," or to link to a not-completely-legit hosted copy of the photo, or whatever other mistakes I could make.
Is there a standard way to refer to/ask about famous photographs that aren't public domain?