The Beatles met with photographer Richard Avedon

January 1965

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From Richard Avedon’s Beatles portraits – The Daily Beatle (webgrafikk.com):

In January 1965, US photographer Richard Avedon met The Beatles at the Ad Lib club in London. He was in town researching an assignment for the magazine Harper’s Bazaar. At a photographic studio in a penthouse in Thompson House, 200 Gray’s Inn Road, London, Avedon shot a portrait photo of Ringo, wearing a laurel wreath, looking like a Roman emperor. The photograph was first published in the Daily Mail newspaper on 12 May 1965, under the headline “Hail, Ringo”.

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