The Stones line-up against a bright yellow and red building which is the Tin Pan Alley Club in London. Terry's editor complained about this picture and photos from a similar shoot of The Beatles. He hated the way the band members looked with their "long" hair. "Go shoot some pretty boys", he said.
Terry O'Neill offered a wide variety of signed, limited edition, fine art photographs during his lifetime. When he passed away, he left a small archive of these pieces that had been prepared for exhibition and sale. These "Lifetime" photographs are now extraordinarily rare, and available only in very limited sizes.
Estate-Stamped limited edition photographs are available in select sizes. PLEASE NOTE: Estate editions are offered only in the case that the original signed editions of 50 in a particular size had not already sold out. The existing editions of 50 will be continued as “Estate Editions” until they are gone.
This piece may be available as a signed piece, please contact us for details!
Please use the "CHOOSE A SIZE" button below to view the available sizes and prices (details will show when a selection is made). Purchases can be made right here, or you can contact us directly to discuss.
Estate photographs are printed to order in the UK so please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Each Estate photograph will bear a digital facsimile of Terry's signature on the front (lower right) along with the edition number and and estate stamp on the reverse.
Buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery of their artwork.