AUDREY HEPBURN (AH001)
Film actress Audrey Hepburn in a white hat and sunglasses for her role in William Wyler’s 1966 comedy caper ‘How to Steal a Million’, in Paris.
His work synonymous with images of fame, photographer Terry O'Neill's photographs define the essence of the Swinging Sixties. An eyewitness to the rise of pop music, O'Neill trained his camera on intimate moments with the world's most famous figures, distilling their personalities with every click of his shutter.
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