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Patti Boyd wearing a Mary Quant dress, photographed with the Rolling Stones

Photograph
1964 (published), 2009, October (printed)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

A black and white photograph of one woman (Patti Boyd) surrounded by four men (the Rolling Stones)
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Object type
Materials and techniques
photography
Brief description
Fashion photograph by John French (1907-66). 'Patti Boyd wearing a Mary Quant dress, photographed with the Rolling Stones', 1964.
Physical description
A black and white photograph of one woman (Patti Boyd) surrounded by four men (the Rolling Stones)
Dimensions
  • Image width: 27.8cm
  • Image height: 38cm
  • Image width: 30.3cm
  • Paper height: 40.5cm
Production
Print made by Jerry Jack, from an original John French negative held in the archive of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Collection
Accession number
E.228-2011

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Record createdMarch 14, 2011
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