Born in London in 1938, Terry O’Neill is one of the great portrait photographers of his generation. From his portrait of Faye Dunaway, taken the day after she won the Oscar , looking blasé and alone,at the poolside of the Beverly Hills Hotel, to Brigitte Bardot, the wind in her hair, a thin cigar on her lips, or even David Bowie at the height of his glam period, holding back a dog on a leash as it lunges at the photographer.
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