Rare and Unseen Deluxe Edition Photography Book
- Rare and Unseen Deluxe Edition
- Limited to 300 editions
- Signed and numbered Terry O’Neill certificate of authenticity along with an artist stamped outtake of Faye Dunaway at the pool, taken from the world renowned ‘Morning After’ photo session.
- A stunning celebration of the career of one of Britain’s greatest and most loved photographers
- Collects rare and unseen ‘vintage’ photos of Faye Dunaway, The Beatles, Robert Redford, Sharon Tate, Carrie Fisher, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Raquel Welch and many more
- A collector’s item for all Terry O’Neill fans
Rae and Unseen Deluxe Edition by Terry O’Neill, O’Neill was one of the greatest photographers of his time, with work displayed and exhibited at first-class museums and fine-art galleries worldwide. His iconic images of Frank Sinatra, The Beatles, Brigitte Bardot, Faye Dunaway, and David Bowie – to name but a few – are instantly recognisable across the globe. , O’Neill selected a range of images from his extensive archive of “vintage prints”, which will surprise and delight collectors and photography lovers alike.
Long before the age of digital, photographers would send physical prints to the papers and magazines. These prints were passed around, handled by many, stamped on the back, and often times captioned. After use, the prints were either filed away, thrown out, or – for the lucky few – sent back to the photographer or their photo agencies.
At the dawn of the 1960s, when O’Neill’s career began, physical prints were the norm. Terry kept as many as he could that were sent back to him. “I just kept everything,” he said. “I don’t know why. Back then, there wasn’t really a reason to keep them. Photos were used straight away and then I just moved on to the next assignment. No one was thinking these would be worth anything down the line, let alone fifty years later.”
This Rare and Unseen Deluxe Edition book collects hundreds of these rare images, a true must for Terry’s fans and photography collectors.
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