Models and celebrities have paid tribute to photographer Terry O'Neill, who has died at the age of 81.
A representative for Iconic Images, which licensed O'Neill's pictures, announced over the weekend that the photographer had passed away on Saturday night following a long battle with cancer.
"Terry was a class act, quick-witted and filled with charm," they commented. "Anyone who was lucky enough to know or work with him can attest to his generosity and modesty.
"As one of the most iconic photographers of the last 60 years, his legendary pictures will forever remain imprinted in our memories as well as in our hearts and minds."
O'Neill rose to prominence in the '60s, becoming one of the most sought-after photographers in London and working with subjects including The Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Judy Garland.
Over the next five decades, he developed close working relationships with pop stars like Elton John and David Bowie, and also shot members of Britain's royal family, including Queen Elizabeth II, and several statesmen and women, like Nelson Mandela.
Among his most notable recent works was an image of Amy Winehouse at the height of her fame in 2008.
Accordingly, a number of celebrities have honoured O'Neill's memory, with Kate Moss posting a black-and-white image from an early 1990s photoshoot on her Instagram page and captioning it, "Farewell Terry," alongside a red heart emoji.
Actress Joan Collins added, "So sorry to hear about the death of the talented #terryoneill - he photographed me several times and was always fun, entertaining and a great photographer," and music icon John shared one of the iconic images O'Neill had taken of him during a concert at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles back in 1975.
"Terry O'Neill took the most iconic photographs of me throughout the years, completely capturing my moods," he praised. "He was brilliant, funny and I absolutely loved his company. A real character who has now passed on. RIP you wonderful man."
O'Neill was last seen publicly in October, when he was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to photography by Prince William at Buckingham Palace.
He is survived by his third wife, Laraine Ashton, two children from his first marriage to actress Vera Day, and Liam, a son shared with his second wife, American actress Faye Dunaway.
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