#FineArtFriday – Jump!, by Norman Parkinson

Pamela Minchin

But it was one shot in particular, of model Pamela Minchin, clad in a Fortnum & Mason swimsuit, jumping from a breakwater on to a beach on the Isle of Wight in July 1939, that would become one of the most seminal images of the iconic photographers career.

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#FineArtFriday – Sean Connery, by Terry O’Neill

When working with an archive as expansive as Terry O’Neill’s, we often find that some negatives and prints were either lost or sold. As luck would have it, Iconic Images recently rediscovered a fantastic photograph of Sean Connery taken on the set of ‘Diamond are Forever’ in 1971.

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#FineArtFriday – Lemmy, by Terence Donovan

Lemmy

The series of compelling, pared-back studio portraits were published in the December issue of GQ and proved to be Donovan’s last significant body of work. Echoing his early days photographing the movers and shakers of the 1960s, it seems apt that Donovan was again documenting some of the figureheads of the second incarnation of ‘Swinging London’.

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