Two previously unseen images of The Beatles have gone on display as part of a new exhibition recognising the work of photographer Jane Bown.
The photos were taken after Bown came across the band filming promotional material for Penny Lane as she walked her dog in Knole Park, Sevenoaks, Kent, in 1967.
She sent the candid shots to The Observer newspaper, where she had worked since 1949, but they were not published. Now the colour photographs are available to view publicly for the first time at Jane Bown: The Observer, a retrospective at the Proud Galleries in London. Bown was later recognised with two exhibitions at the National Portrait Gallery and a CBE for her outstanding contribution to photography.
Jane Bown: The Observer, Proud Central, 28th June – 12th August 2018.