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Terry O'Neill (1938-), Photographer

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist of 75 portraits
Born in the East End of London O'Neill first became a professional jazz musician at the age of 14. After doing his National service began his photographic career on the Daily Sketch (1960-3). Later went freelance for Vogue, Paris Match and Rolling Stone. During the 1960s and 1970s he became one of the world's most published photographers. His books include Legends (1985) and Celebrity (2003).

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P549

Queen Elizabeth II

by Terry O'Neill
bromide print, 1993
NPG P549

P550

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

by Terry O'Neill
bromide print, 1993
NPG P550

x125321

Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich)

by Terry O'Neill
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x125321

x126140

Sammy Davis Jr

by Terry O'Neill
bromide fibre print, 1961
NPG x126140

x126149

The Rolling Stones (Mick Jagger; Keith Richards; Bill Wyman; Brian Jones; Charlie Watts)

by Terry O'Neill
digital R-type colour print from original transparency, 1963
NPG x126149

x135739

The Dave Clark Five

by Terry O'Neill
modern bromide print, 1964
NPG x135739

x125463

Jean Shrimpton; Terence Henry Stamp

by Terry O'Neill
bromide fibre print, 1964
NPG x125463

x126318

Jean Shrimpton; Terence Henry Stamp

by Terry O'Neill
bromide fibre print, 1964
NPG x126318

x125464

David Bailey

by Terry O'Neill
bromide fibre print, 1965
NPG x125464

x126148

Twiggy Lawson (née Lesley Hornby); Helen ('Nell') Hornby (née Reeman)

by Terry O'Neill
digital R-type colour print from original transparency, 1965
NPG x126148

x125462

David Hemmings

by Terry O'Neill
bromide fibre print, 1966
NPG x125462

x126132

William Wyler; Audrey Hepburn

by Terry O'Neill
bromide fibre print, 1966
NPG x126132

x126141

Peter O'Donnell; Monica Vitti; Joseph Janni

by Terry O'Neill
bromide fibre print, 1966
NPG x126141

x126145

Frank Sinatra with his stand-in and four escorts

by Terry O'Neill
bromide fibre print, 1968
NPG x126145

x126143

Janis Joplin

by Terry O'Neill
bromide fibre print, September 1969
NPG x126143

x126150

Michael Winner

by Terry O'Neill
digital R-type colour print from original transparency, 1969
NPG x126150

x126136

Jackie Collins; Joan Collins

by Terry O'Neill
bromide fibre print, 1970s
NPG x126136

x34557

Glenda Jackson as Queen Elizabeth I in 'Mary, Queen of Scots'

by Terry O'Neill
bromide print, 1971
On display in Room 37 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG x34557

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