Always Audrey Six Iconic Photographers. One Legendary Star.
ACC Art Books
Territory: USA & Canada
Size: 11.25 in x 12.75 in
Illustrations: 72 color, 106 b&w
- Includes many rare and unseen photos of Audrey Hepburn on and off stage
- Features images from the archives of six top photographers: Norman Parkinson, Milton H. Greene, Douglas Kirkland, Lawrence Fried, Terry O'Neill and Eva Sereny
- Extensive commentary throughout from Douglas Kirkland, Terry O'Neill and Eva Sereny
Audrey Hepburn once said "I never thought I'd land in pictures with a face like mine." Nothing could be further from the truth. As one of the 20th century's most loved icons, her face is instantly recognizable the world over.
Here, for the first time, ACC Art Books and Iconic Images proudly present the work of six wonderful photographers - Norman Parkinson, Milton H. Greene, Douglas Kirkland, Lawrence Fried, Terry O'Neill and Eva Sereny - who were fortunate enough to capture the star at different moments of her life. In addition, former Curator of Photographs for the National Portrait Gallery and co-curator of the Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon exhibition, Terence Pepper, opens up his personal archive of vintage press prints, making this ode to Hepburn truly unique.
Throughout the book, Douglas Kirkland, Terry O'Neill and Eva Sereny share their memories of working with the icon. They present a wonderful mix of on-set, fashion, portrait and behind-the-scenes photographs, including contact sheets and never-before-seen images. With an introduction by Terence Pepper, Always Audrey is sure to delight any Hepburn fan.
What the press have said about this book...
"……it’s clear that each photographer agrees: Photographing Audrey Hepburn was a special experience. 'She was one of the most kind and generous people I’ve ever worked with,' O’Neill says. 'She lit up a room and never took a bad picture. My job was easy — I just had to be there and press the button. I can’t say enough good things about Audrey. I was lucky to be there.'” -- Hollywood Reporter