Audrey Hepburn, ‘Audrey Hepburn With a Dove Perched On Her Shoulder’

£20,000.00

By Terry O’Neill
St. Tropez, France. 1966
Signed archival pigment print
Limited Edition of 50
Paper size 40h x 30w inches

British actress, model and humanitarian Audrey Hepburn poses with a dove on her shoulder during the filming of the motion picture ‘Two for the Road’, directed by Stanley Donen. Starring in classic films, such as ‘Roman Holiday’ and ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’. In the age of Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, and Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn held her own as she ushered in a new era of femininity and fundamentally changed the way movie audiences perceived women. ‘I was shooting some portraits of Audrey when this dove just landed on her shoulder. She stood as still as could be to allow me to get a few frames before the bird flew off. She really knew how to work with a camera [and] with a photographer. Anyone else would have moved right away, but Audrey understood what makes a great image. She was a wonderful person to work with, a real star.’ Terry O’Neill.

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