This Summer Proud Chelsea is pleased to present 'Image of an Icon' featuring the most iconic and influential faces from fashion, music, sport and film from the photographers at the heart of Proud Galleries’ 20 year history.
Proud Galleries presents ‘Eye of a Generation’, a major retrospective from renowned British photographer Michael Putland, documenting the artists that changed popular music from the ‘60s through to the current day.
This summer, Proud Camden brings in the festival season with a nostalgic collection of photographs taken by the esteemed photographer, Baron Wolman.
In the year 1977-8, Muhammad Ali asked Gaffney to be his personal photographer, the result was a series of intimate images depicting the boxer both in and outside the ring.
Terry began his career working in a photographic unit for an airline at London's Heathrow Airport. During this time, he photographed a sleeping figure in a waiting area who, by happenstance, was revealed to be Britain's Home Secretary
Proud are pleased to represent a wide variety of prints of this iconic star, taken by a series of legendary photographers including Duffy, Terry O'Neill, Brian Aris and Justin de Villeneuve.
Peter Webb began his photography career in the U.S. as an assistant to the legendary advertising photographer and film director Howard Zieff.
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