Paul McCartney commemorates the talent of deceased wife Linda for photography while releasing unseen photos

Paul McCartney commemorates the talent of deceased wife Linda for photography while posing in idiosyncratic outfits and with daughter Mary in unseen polaroids

  • Unseen photos from Paul McCartney have been released in Linda McCartney: The Polaroid Diaries
  • Photos from the early 1970s to the mid-1990s give a glimpse into the family life of the Beatles star, made by his late wife Linda
  • Before Linda married Paul in March 1969, she was an award-winning photographer
  • Linda died of breast cancer in 1998, 56 years old
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Unseen photos from Paul McCartney have been released in Linda McCartney: The Polaroid Diaries.

Photos from the early 1970s to the mid-1990s give a glimpse into the family life of the Beatles star, made by his late wife Linda, who died of breast cancer in 1998, 56 years old.

The collection focuses on McCartney & # 39; s distinctive way of seeing the world and her family, through charming and quirky portraits of Paul, 77, and the couple's four children.

Family life: unseen photos of Paul McCartney have been released in Linda McCartney: The Polaroid diaries

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Family life: unseen photos of Paul McCartney have been released in Linda McCartney: The Polaroid diaries

In one photo, Paul puts on a paper bag like a hat and picks up the phone while in another, he holds Mary on his shoulders in their kitchen in their rural England country.

The singer writes in the introduction: & # 39; She would just see things. Many of her photos, it's just that one click. You must recognize when a great photo is happening to you. And then you have to make it at exactly the right time … And she did it so often that it always impressed me. & # 39;

The Polaroid Diaries manages more than 200 of these & # 39; correct & # 39; moments from the early 1970s to the mid 1990s.

Loving father: photos from the early 1970s to the mid-1990s give a glimpse into the family life of the Beatles star, made by his late wife Linda, (pictured with daughter Mary)

Loving father: photos from the early 1970s to the mid-1990s give a glimpse into the family life of the Beatles star, made by his late wife Linda, (pictured with daughter Mary)

Loving father: photos from the early 1970s to the mid-1990s give a glimpse into the family life of the Beatles star, made by his late wife Linda, (pictured with daughter Mary)

The book also contains luminous landscapes in Scotland and Arizona – locations near Linda & # 39; s heart – as well as strange celebrity such as Steve McQueen and Adam Ant wandering in the frame.

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Other photos testify to her love for animals, with compassionate images of cats, lambs, horses and chickens from their farm.

Back in July, Sir Paul and daughters Mary and Stella put together The Linda McCartney Retrospective, which runs until January 12 next year.

Funny: the collection focuses on McCartney & # 39; s distinctive way to see the world and her family, through charming and quirky portraits of Paul, 77, and the couple's four children

Funny: the collection focuses on McCartney & # 39; s distinctive way to see the world and her family, through charming and quirky portraits of Paul, 77, and the couple's four children

Funny: the collection focuses on McCartney & # 39; s distinctive way to see the world and her family, through charming and quirky portraits of Paul, 77, and the couple's four children

Paul said at the time: & # 39; The whole family loves to honor Linda & # 39; s work.

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& # 39; She would have loved this because Glasgow was a place she loved. She loved Scotland because it gave us many good memories, lots of freedom and many happy times. It's nice to have all that encapsulated. & # 39;

Before marrying Paul in March 1969, Linda was an award-winning photographer and made history as the first woman to ever make a Rolling Stones front page and praise her candid photos of celebrities.

Candid: The Polaroid Diaries puts together more than family moments from the early 1970s to the mid 1990s

Candid: The Polaroid Diaries puts together more than family moments from the early 1970s to the mid 1990s

Candid: The Polaroid Diaries puts together more than family moments from the early 1970s to the mid 1990s

Diaries: The collection focuses on McCartney & # 39; s distinctive way to see the world and her family, through charming and quirky portraits of Paul, 77, and the couple's four children

Diaries: The collection focuses on McCartney & # 39; s distinctive way to see the world and her family, through charming and quirky portraits of Paul, 77, and the couple's four children

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Diaries: The collection focuses on McCartney & # 39; s distinctive way to see the world and her family, through charming and quirky portraits of Paul, 77, and the couple's four children

Her husband often joked that he ruined her photographic career because their marriage overshadowed her work.

Stella said earlier: & # 39; Through these images you meet the real mother I knew. You see her raw and deep talent and passion for her art, photography.

& # 39; Prior to her time at every level, this four-year-old mother still held her camera shut like a companion, capturing the world around her through her eyes. & # 39;

Talented: Before Linda married Paul in 1969, she was an award-winning photographer and made history as the first woman to make a Rolling Stones front page image (photo 1989)

Talented: Before Linda married Paul in 1969, she was an award-winning photographer and made history as the first woman to make a Rolling Stones front page image (photo 1989)

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Talented: Before Linda married Paul in 1969, she was an award-winning photographer and made history as the first woman to make a Rolling Stones front page image (photo 1989)

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