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In pictures: Lord Snowdon

Salvador Dali (Photo: Snowdon)

A selection of photographs by Lord Snowdon is on show at the Chris Beetles Gallery in London. (Photo: Salvador Dali by Snowdon)

Marlene Dietrich (Photo: Snowdon)

Many of the pictures are also on sale, including this one of Marlene Dietrich at the Cafe de Paris in London, 1955. (Photo: Snowdon)

Peter Sellers and Britt Ekland (Photo: Snowdon)

Throughout his career Snowdon has photographed many of the biggest names in show business, such as Peter Sellers and Britt Ekland. (Photo: Snowdon)

Princess Diana (Photo: Snowdon)

He is also well known for his pictures of the Royal Family, perhaps the most famous being that of Princess Diana. (Photo: Snowdon)

Eton vs Harrow at Lord's (Photo: Snowdon)

This picture was part of a series on London shot in the 1950s, and shows two ladies taking tea at the cricket match at Lord's between Eton and Harrow. (Photo: Snowdon)

Princess Margaret (Photo: Snowdon)

This 1962 picture of his then-wife Princess Margaret, who died in 2002, had never been seen in public until this week. (Photo: Snowdon)

Helen Mirren for Vanity Fair (Photo: Snowdon)

Helen Mirren was photographed for Vanity Fair in 1985. (Photo: Snowdon)

Natterjack Toad taken for Vogue, 1985 (Photo: Snowdon)

These photographs and many more of Lord Snowdon's iconic pictures are on show at Chris Beetles's Gallery in London until 14 October. (Photo: Snowdon)

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