See Vintage Photos Of Caine, Jagger, Moore And More

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See Vintage Photos Of Caine, Jagger, Moore And More
Winston Churchill feeds his albino kangaroo “Digger” at London Zoo. Photograph by New York Time Photos, 1947.

They don't take 'em like they used to. So head over to ONgallery in Piccadilly to see an exhibition of limited edition photos from yesteryear that includes a number of iconic movie stars and personalities from London. Among them are shots of Peter Sellers and Michael Caine, Elizabeth Taylor and Audrey Hepburn taken by renowned snappers like Cecil Beaton and Terry O'Neill. The photos are available to buy, though as you'd expect, the more rare they are, the more expensive — the shot of Peter Sellers will set you back two grand. Still, nice to look at.

Vintage Iconic Photographs until 17 March at ONgallery, 90 Piccadilly near Green Park tube.

Michael Caine in Funeral in Berlin. Photograph attributed to Godfrey Godar, 1966.
A Girl Called Charly — Charlotte Rampling in Bel Air, Hollywood. Photograph by Terry O’Neill, 1976.
Peter Sellers with Britt Ekland and family at their villa in Rome. Photograph by Terry O' Neill, 1965.
Roger Moore in Live and Let Die. Photograph attributed to George Whitear, 1973.
Ringo Starr. Photographer unknown, 1969
Mick Jagger in Pinstripe Suit. Photograph by Terry O’Neill,1976.
Audrey Hepburn as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady. Photograph by Cecil Beaton with Bert Six, 1964.

Last Updated 12 March 2016