'Wind-Swept Brigitte Bardot', 1971

Terry O'Neill

Platinum Print
60.96 x 50.8 cm (24 x 20 in)
Edition of 50 

This striking black-and-white photograph captures Brigitte Bardot's timeless allure and rebellious spirit on the set of *Les Petroleuses* in 1971. Part of a collectible series by O'Neill, it showcases her iconic presence, making it a must-have for vintage photography and classic cinema enthusiasts.

Signed and numbered by Terry O'Neill
Certificate of Authenticity
Provenance | The Artist's Estate

Wind-Swept Brigitte Bardot, 1971

This striking black-and-white photograph captures the iconic French actress Brigitte Bardot in an evocative and powerful moment. With her hair tousled by the wind, Bardot exudes raw and rebellious charm. A cigarette delicately balanced between her lips, she gazes forward with an intense expression. Photographed smoking a cigar on the set of Les Petroleuses (a.k.a. The Legend of Frenchie King) in Spain in 1971, this image was part of a three-part series by O'Neill. It has since become one of his most collectible and sought-after works. Characterized by its stark contrast and sharp details, the photograph showcases Bardot's timeless allure and the bold spirit of the 1960s. This piece is a perfect addition for collectors and admirers of classic cinema and vintage photography.

Key Features:

  • Iconic portrait of Brigitte Bardot
  • Captures the rebellious spirit of the 1960s
  • Part of a collectible series by O'Neill
  • Perfect for fans of classic cinema and vintage photography
  • High-quality black-and-white print

Why You'll Love It:

This photograph is more than just an image; it's a piece of cinematic history. It captures the essence of Brigitte Bardot's rebellious charm and timeless beauty, making it a standout piece in any collection. Whether you're a dedicated fan of Bardot, a vintage photography enthusiast, or a lover of classic cinema, this print is sure to be a cherished addition to your collection.