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Brian Epstein (1934-1967), Pop impresario; manager of The Beatles

Sitter in 10 portraits
The Beatles first manager became aware of their popularity while in charge of the record section at the NEMS Store where he worked in Liverpool. Epstein saw The Beatles perform at The Cavern in 1962, and shortly afterwards, signed to manage their meteoric rise to fame.

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P737

Brian Epstein

by Robert Whitaker
double exposure bromide print, June 1964
NPG P737

x38922

Brian Epstein

by Lewis Morley
vintage bromide print, 1963
NPG x38922

x125640

Brian Epstein

by Rex Coleman, for Baron Studios
5 x 4 inch film negative, 6 October 1964
NPG x125640

x125641

Brian Epstein

by Rex Coleman, for Baron Studios
5 x 4 inch film negative, 6 October 1964
NPG x125641

x125642

Brian Epstein

by Rex Coleman, for Baron Studios
5 x 4 inch colour negative, 6 October 1964
NPG x125642

x194050

Cilla Black; Brian Epstein

by Unknown photographer
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x194050

x33289

Brian Epstein

by Lewis Morley
bromide print, 1963
NPG x33289

x194262

Brian Epstein; Pauline Marsden (née Behan); Gerry Marsden

by Unknown photographer
vintage print, 11 October 1965
NPG x194262

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