Sir Paul McCartney has made a "major gift" of 63 photographs taken by his late first wife Linda McCartney to the Victoria And Albert Museum (V&A).
The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix are pictured, as well as flora and fauna, and intimate personal portraits of the McCartney family on holiday.
Linda became a professional photographer in the mid-1960s.
A selection of the photographs will go on display in the V&A's new Photography Centre, which opens in October.
Martin Barnes, senior curator of photographs at the V&A, said: "Linda McCartney was a talented eye-witness of pop culture and explored many creative approaches to artistic photography. Her camera also captured tender moments with her family.
"This exciting gift of photographs complements the museum's collections of photography that ranges from documents of performance to fine art. Our greatest thanks go to Sir Paul McCartney and his family for this incredibly generous gift."