"She can look at a person and she knows, instinctively, straight away, who they are" (Bjork)
Iconic and unseen portraits by one of Britain's best-loved photographers.
About the Author
Jane Bown has been a photographer for the Observer newspaper since 1949. In that time, there have been several exhibitions of her work, including a one-woman show at the National Portrait Gallery. Her books include The Gentle Eye (1980), Women of Consequence (1986), Men of Consequence (1987), The Singular Cat (1988), Pillars of the Church (1991), Faces: The Creative Process Behind Great Portraits (2000), Rock 1963-2003 (2003) and Unknown Bown 1947-1967 (2007).