#FINEARTFRIDAY – Colourised Mick Jagger, by Terry O’Neill

One of the last projects Terry O’Neill was involved in was the colourisation of some of his most iconic photographs.

O’Neill photographed the Rolling Stones in their formative years following a call from manager Andrew Loog Oldham after he saw the photographer’s work with another up-and-coming British act, The Beatles.

One of the most popular photographs from O’Neill’s time with the Rolling Stones was his portrait photoshoot with singer Mick Jagger in a parka, taken in 1964.

With creative direction from Terry O’Neill, Mariona Vilarós helped visually re-create the colours from that day which Iconic Images are now happy to offer as limited edition, fine-art prints.

For more information contact sales@iconicimages.net

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