Bob Carlos Clarke's portraits of stars including The Rolling Stones, Sir Elton John and Rachel Weisz have been donated to a U.K. gallery by the late snapper's wife. A collection of 10 pictures taken by the acclaimed celebrity photographer has been given to London's National Portrait Gallery and the snaps include shots of Stones stars Sir Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards, as well as the Rocket Man, British actress Weisz and Australian supermodel Elle Macpherson.
The pictures also include images of Bryan Ferry and Sir Christopher Lee.
The photographer's wife, Lindsey Carlos Clarke, says, "I am delighted to donate these prints to the National Portrait Gallery as I feel it is very important that future generations enjoy these intimate portraits."
Clarke died in 2006.
The former Hollywood couple's 22-year-old daughter Dakota Johnson is forging a successful career in the fashion industry after scoring two huge advertising campaigns.
The pretty blonde is fronting commercials for Japanese retailer Uniqlo, as well as eyewear company Oliver Peoples.
Johnson has previously appeared in campaigns for Mango and has had small roles in The Social Network and new comedy The Five-Year Engagement.
The industry has recently been flooded with kids of the rich and famous - Mick Jagger, Lisa Marie Presley, Annie Lennox, Bryan Ferry, and Noel Gallagher all have children in modelling.
The British supermodel married The Kills frontman on Friday (01Jul11) at a church in the English village of Little Faringdon, Gloucestershire, close to the home the couple shares.
The newlyweds and their guests, who included Sir Paul McCartney and Jude Law, then celebrated with a masked ball-themed reception at the farmhouse, which was decked out with six marquees, enjoying a luxurious six-tier wedding cake and performances from acrobats, according to Britain's News of the World.
The celebrations continued on Saturday with a day of music with performances from stars including Iggy Pop, Dame Shirley Bassey, Snoop Dogg, Beth Ditto and Bryan Ferry, whose track If There Is Something was chosen for the couple's first dance.
It has now been revealed Moss and Hince pre-empted any possible complaints from disgruntled neighbours by sending out bottles of booze and handwritten notes thanking them for putting up with the weekend's festivities.
One letter, addressed to a man called Mick and obtained by the News of the World, reads, "Thank you for all your patience and understanding! We hope you have not been too inconvenienced. Lots of love Jamie and Kate".