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British photographer Terry Fincher was born in Ayelsbury in 1931 but moved to London at an early age where, when he was just twelve years old, he was introduced to photography by an amateur photographer.

In 1945 at the age of fifteen, Terry started work as a messenger boy at the famous Keystone Press Agency in Fleet Street where he stayed until 1957. During these years Terry was to experience his first assignment in a war theatre. He was accredited to the British Army and sent to Egypt to cover the Suez Crisis in 1956. By this time he had developed a passion for photography and the challenges of producing a Fleet Street scoop.

Terry moved to the Daily Herald newspaper in 1957 and soon began to build a reputation for his tenacity and eye for a good press photograph. Ter...

Apprehending Man, 1967 - Terry Fincher

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OSBORNE SAMUEL GALLERY is one of London’s leading galleries, long established in the heart of Mayfair. The gallery began as Berkeley Square Gallery and became Osborne Samuel when Peter Osborne and Gordon Samuel joined forces. The gallery specialises in Modern British Painting and Sculpture and has a high reputation for the quality of its exhibitions and publications. Expand...

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