Terry O'Neill: The Best of

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'Jean Shrimpton & Terry Stamp', 1963

© Terry O'Neill

'Faye Dunaway', 1977

© Terry O'Neill

'David Bowie, Diamond Dogs', 1975

© Terry O'Neill

'Elizabeth Taylor in makeup for A Little Night Music', 1977

© Terry O'Neill

'Joan Collins', 1970

© Terry O'Neill

'James Garner Grand Prix', 1966

© Terry O'Neill

'Brigitte Bardot', 1968

© Terry O'Neill

'Jean Shrimpton "The Dolls House"'

© Terry O'Neill


One of Britain's greatest living photographer's has captured political leaders including Nelson Mandela and Winston Churchill, Rock greats like Bowie and Rod Stewart and of course the ever glamorous screen sirens including Brigitte Bardot, Joan Collins and Faye Dunaway. He's celebrated in this collection of his most iconic images.

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another great cockney that made it to the top with hard work and skill ,when you start at the bottom you know what its all about great photographer great person and a great cockney ,thanks for the photographs terry ..

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An absolutely stunning exhibition. I have been fortunate enough to have Terry critique my work. He is a genuinely lovely and down to earth person who even after all his years in the business holds such a passion for photography and passing on his knowledge. I have heard him speak about his work and have seen his photographs in books and magazines, even on birthday cards, but nothing really prepares you for this exhibition and seeing iconic images of Brigitte Bardot, Raquel Welch, Jean Shrimpton and Faye Dunaway in all of their true glory. Incredible exhibition and a must see. A truly iconic photographer and a master of his craft.

Keith Matthews

Absolutely stunning , a must not miss exhibitation , I have been to many already this year , but never moved as much with a total care of depth within each piece .


Lovely exhibition and downstairs there's an enormous book of his work too [showcasing a new book out soon]. Terry is well underrated compared to his contemporaries, but actually looking through the big book he is one master. Shot after shot of sublime portraiture.