Ken Russell’s portrait of 14 year old Jean Rayner, taken in 1955, shows us a defiant young woman, a ‘bombsite Boudicca’ standing on the ruins of post-war London.
From his series "The Last of the Teddy Girls".. these girls possessed an iconoclastic, independent attitude to style. Wearing velvet-collared jackets and jeans, they rejected society's expectations of more traditional, feminine roles.
This is an open edition, produced by TopFoto. A silver gelatin hand print, stamped by Robin Bell, Russell's preferred printer during his lifetime.
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