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Quintessential Beatles








Private View 18th November 6-8pm

© Popperfoto/ Express/ Getty Images Beatles 1964 US Tour, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison Miami Beach
© Stan Maegher/Express/Getty Images Suburban Beatles 15th April 1965: British musicians Ringo Starr (L) and John Lennon (1940 - 1980), members of the rock group The Beatles, stand in the doorways of the adjoining suburban houses on Ailsa Avenue used in the filming of director Richard Lester's film 'Help!', starring The Beatles, Twick-enham, Middlesex, England. (Photo by Stan Meagher/Express/Getty Images)
(c) Popperfoto/Getty Images Members of the Beatles all wering suits and smoking cigarettes 1963

Lucy Bell Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of rare and unseen images of the “Fab Four” from The Getty Images Archives. The exhibition, includes images of The Beatles that span from 1963 to 1970 featuring shots from famous photographers including David Redfern, Chris Ware, Jim Grey and Stan Maegher, as well as from Popperfoto, one of the UK's oldest and image libraries founded in 1934, specialising in creative UK-based retro imagery.

The Beatles were  formed in Liverpool in 1960 and with member John Lennon, Paul McCartney George Harrison and Ringo Starr became regarded as the foremost and most influential band of the era and were, also perceived as the embodiment of the ideals shared by the counterculture of the 1960s.


Images of the Beatles at work and behind the scenes, as well as historic images, such as John Lennon and Ringo Starr standing in the doorways of the adjoining houses on Ailsa Avenue, where  Richard Lester's film 'Help!', was filmed 1965, are included in the exhibition. 

This fascinating collection, on tour from Getty Images Gallery, gives a rare insight into the lives of The Beatles during this period, and explores the extraordinary phenomena surrounding the Beatles.

Limited edition prints are for sale starting at £250

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