This is just a small example of the stunning Dezo Hoffman
photographic collection available through Silver K Gallery. 
Please refer to the complete list below for more details. 
All photographs available in sizes 16 x 20 inch, 20 x 24 inch,
24 x 30 inch and 30 x 40 inch. 

Over 40 years ago, The Beatles cast a magical spell from
which the world has never recovered.
Their impact, not only on rock & roll music but on all of
 Western culture, is simply incalculable.
In 1962, Dezo Hoffman received a letter from a fan sent to the
Record Mirror, a publication  at which Dezo was a staff photographer,
bitterly complaining that the press was ignoring
 the "fab" group in Liverpool called THE BEATLES. 
Consequently, he went to Liverpool and took his first pictures
of the "smart but rather subdued" group of four young men. 

During their meteoric rise in popularity, THE BEATLES hired
Dezo Hoffman to be their first professional photographer. 
He would go on to chronicle their experiences and as a
 firsthand participant, captured some of the most bold,
imaginative and sensitive images ever produced of THE BEATLES. 
Dezo took more shots of the group, and was closer to
 them, than almost any other photographer. 
He covered nearly every major event in their
 career, often being the only photographer present.

In addition to many private photo sessions in his London studio,
he photographed their audition with George Martin,
their first recording sessions at Abbey Road Studios, their
 television specials and films, and their tours of Europe and North America. 
 

ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH AVAILABILITY

Silver K Gallery is delighted to offer a stunning portfolio of
original Dezo Hoffman Beatles photographs all hand printed from
the original negatives and hand retouched. There are over 50
different images available including shots of their first ever recording
session at Abbey Road, The Cavern, the Twist and Shout EP cover, The
Ed Sullivan show, The Sgt Pepper album release and many, many others. 

Descriptive information of each photograph is listed below. 
For further information please do not hesitate to contact our gallery.
 colin@silverkgallery.com.au

(DH 1)
John Lennon at a press reception at London’s Saville Theatre (owned by Brian Epstein)
in October 1965 upon receiving his MBE.
(DH 2)
Paul McCartney at a press reception at London’s Saville Theatre (owned by Brian Epstein)
in October 1965 upon receiving his MBE.
(DH 3)
George Harrison at a press reception at London’s Saville Theatre (owned by Brian Epstein)
in October 1965 upon receiving his MBE.
(DH 4)
Ringo Starr at a press reception at London’s Saville Theatre
(owned by Brian Epstein) in October 1965 upon receiving his MBE.
(DH 7)
Beatles on the beach at Weston-Super-Mare in the west of England, July 1963 during
their nationwide tour with Gerry and the Pacemakers, Tommy Roe and Chris Montez.
(DH 8)
Beatles at first recording session, Abbey Road Studios St John’s Wood, London.
September 1962
(DH 9)
John and Paul at Abbey Road Recording Studios, march 1963, during the recording
of “From Me To You” and “Thank You Girl”.
Dezo Hoffman #10
(DH 10)
Beatles at Abbey Road Recording Studios March 1963
(DH 11)
George Harrison in Dezo Hoffmann’s photographic studio in London’s Wardour St.
July 1963.  Portrait.
(DH 13)
Paul McCartney in Dezo Hoffmann’s photographic studio in London’s Wardour Street,
July 1963.  Portrait.
(DH 14)
John Lennon at Dezo Hoffman’s photography studio in London’s Wardour St – July 1963
(DH 15)
Beatles in Rupert Court, Soho, July 1963.
Dezo Hoffman #17
(DH 17)
Beatles jumping for press photographers after The Royal Variety Performance,
November 1963
(DH 19)
Beatles at the Royal Variety performance, London Palladium November 4th 1963
(DH 21)
George Harrison at Abbey Road Recording Studios February, 1964
(DH 22)
Beatles at Abbey Road recording studios late February 1964, during which they cut
‘Can’t Buy Me Love’, ‘You Can’t Do That’ and ‘I Call Your Name’.
(DH 23)
Beatles at Abbey Road Recording Studios, March 1964.
(DH 25)
Beatles at first recording session at Abbey Road when ‘Love Me Do’ was cut -
September 4th, 1962.  The shot shows The Beatles’ old Vox amplifier which they
bought in Liverpool.
(DH 26)
Beatles at first recording session, Abbey Road Studios September, 1962
(DH 27)
Beatles on “Ed Sullivan Show” from New York, February 1964.
(DH 32)
The Beatles at Abbey Road Studio’s recording “From Me To You” and “Thank you Girl”
– March 1963
(DH 35)
Beatles in London, outside the BBC, 1963.
(DH 40A)
John Lennon on “Our World” BBC TV show – world wide link up program where the
Beatles recorded “All You Need Is Love” - 1967
(DH 40B)
Paul McCartney on “Our World” BBC TV show – world wide link up program where the
Beatles recorded “All You Need Is Love” - 1967
(DH 40C)
George Harrison on “Our World” BBC TV show – world wide link up program where the
Beatles recorded “All You Need Is Love” - 1967
(DH 40D)
Ringo Starr on “Our World” BBC TV show – world wide link up program where the
Beatles recorded “All You Need Is Love” - 1967
(DH 41)
The Beatles on “Sunday Night At The London Palladium”, January 1964
(DH 43)
Beatles at the London Palladium - 1965
Dezo Hoffman #47
(DH 47)
The Beatles on Juke Box Jury late 1963
Dezo Hoffman #51
(DH 51)
Dezo Hoffman press shot
Dezo Hoffman #53
(DH 53)
Beatles at Stowe Public School, Bucks, April 1963.  View from the side of school
assembly stage.
(DH 54)
Beatles at Stowe School, Bucks, April 1963.
Dezo Hoffman #56
(DH 56)
Beatles in Liverpool’s Sefton Park, April 1963.  This is the famous ‘Jump’ which became
the ‘Twist and Shout’ cover.
Dezo Hoffman #57
(DH 57)
Beatles in Liverpool’s Sefton Park, April 1963.
Dezo Hoffman #58
(DH 58)
Beatles in Dezo Hoffmann’s photographic studio, Wardour Street, April 1963.
(DH 59)
Four Beatles behind microphones at VIP Press Lounge Reception Kennedy Airport,
February 1964
(DH 60)
Beatles on ATV’s “Morecombe & Wise” Show Elstree, 1963
Dezo Hoffman #62
(DH 62)
Beatles in London, July 1963.
(DH 65)
Beatles on “Our World” BBC-TV show, 25th June, 1967. Recorded live direct from
Abbey Road Studios
(DH 66)
Beatles outside EMI’s Abbey Road studios, February 1965 during recording of ‘Help’.
(DH 68)
Beatles at Liverpool’s Cavern Club, April 1963.
(DH 69)
Publicity shot standing on stairway.
(DH 70)
Beatles presented with silver discs from “Disc” magazine, Slough, May 1963.
(DH 72)
Beatles backstage at ATV’s Morecombe And Wise Show - 1963
Dezo Hoffman #73
(DH 73)
Beatles at Brian Epstein’s Belgravia home, 24 Chapel St London May 19th 1967 for
the press reception launch of Sgt Peppers.
(DH 74)
John and Yoko on Simon Dee’s “Dee Time”, February 1970. 
(DH 133)
John Lennon in the No. 2 studio Abbey Road, July 1963, during the “All My Loving”
session, talking to George Martin in the control room.
(DH 134)
John Lennon listening to playbacks during the recording of “Can’t Buy Me Love” and
“You Can’t Do That” – August 25th 1964. 
(DH 136)
The Beatles at Abbey Road Studios, St Johns wood, London,  March 1964.
(DH 137)
Paul McCartney at piano, Abbey Road Studios February, 1964
(DH 140)
Head shot of John Lennon taken in 1969 in Kensington Gardens London.
(DH 172)
Marilyn Monroe in London during filming of Prince and The Showgirl – 1958.

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