December 15, 1999
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1580631045
ISBN - 13: 9781580631044
From the Publisher
Featuring never-before-published interviews with Linda and Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney: A Portrait is an insider's look at one of rock music's most enduring marriages. It is an intimate portrait of Linda herself and her over-thirty-year friendship with Danny Fields.
About the Author
Linda McCartney took photographs for more than 30 years. Her work has been exhibited at the ICP, New York; The Royal Photographic Society, Bath; The U.K.'s National Museum of Photography, Bradford; & The Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Her previous books include Linda McCartney's Sixties, Roadworks, & Wide Open, as well as several cookbooks.
From Our Editors
Danny Fields paints a revealing portrait of his lifelong friend and reveals the inner workings of rock's most enduring union. Linda Eastman was a divorced single mother working as a photographer in New York's rock scene in 1969, and was about to become the most despised woman in the world. After a secret whirlwind romance, she married the world's most eligible bachelor, Paul McCartney, and was thrust into a firestorm of public scrutiny. But she persevered and made her own lasting contributions to the world as an artist, author, human rights activist and businesswoman. Linda McCartney: A Portrait features interviews with friends, family and members of Wings.