Terry O’Neill has long been regarded as one of the leading observers and documenters of the most famous faces of our time, on the British and international stage. Many of his images have gained iconic status- everyone from Audrey Hepburn to Michael Cain has posed for O’Neill, via the Beatles, The Who and David Bowie, and he invariably achieves a difficult balance of relaxed, spontaneous composition with highly skilled technical artistry, which sets him apart from his contemporaries as a master of his craft. Terry himself has said of his work, “I like the people I photograph.” The intimate, relaxed air of all his images, from Albert Finney skipping on a promentary to a barefoot Bardot, more than backs up this statement.
Tristan’s Gallery is currently holding an exhibition of his work, including several previously unexhibited images, printed for the first time for this exhibition, from archived negatives. All images are available for sale and can be shipped worldwide. In addition to Terry O'neill's celebrity portraits features Jimi Hendrix and Electric Ladyland by photographer David Montgomery, fashion images by John Bishop and international french photographer Frank Horvat, with landscapes by prominent British photographer John Swannell.
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Exhibition runs from 26th April - 6th June
Gallery Opening Times:
Monday - Saturday
10am - 4pm