STEVE MCQUEEN: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE LAST MILE
PHOTOGRAPHS BY BARBARA MCQUEEN

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OUT IN IDAHO.

Size: 16" x 20"

Barbara writes: "The Steve McQueen I knew was a man of simple tastes. He wore blue jeans, flannel shirts, chukka boots, T-shirts and truckers hats."




COOL, AT ANY PRICE.

Size: 16" x 20"

Barbara writes: "Steve had his own style and never dressed to impress, but he made everything he wore look good."




A DASHING MATINEE IDOL.

Size: 16" x 20"

Barbara writes: "This is my favourite picture of Steve, one early morning before taking off. He reminds me of a World War II era pilot and a dashing matinee idol rolled into one."




STEVE HAD HIS OWN STYLE.

Size: 16" x 20"

Barbara writes: "He acquired most of his wardrobe from his movies and did all of his clothes shopping at J.C. Penney and Kmart."
Here a very recognisable McQueen expression is captured.




YELLOWSTONE LAKE, 1978.

Size: 16" x 20"

Barbara writes: "One of my favourite pictures of Steve was when he just turned toward the camera...wearing a from-the-heart smile. He couldn't do anything more perfect at that moment."




YELLOWSTONE LAKE, 1978.

Size: 16" x 20"

A magnificent image. A brooding portrait where subject and setting are in perfect harmony.




MALIBU, 1978.

Size: 16" x 20"

Barbara writes: "Steve might not have been crazy about horses, but he sure was a natural with them." An observation strongly brought out by this beautiful portrait.




MALIBU HILLS TARGET PRACTICE.

Size: 16" x 20"

Barbara writes: "Steve's military training in the late 1940s stuck with him for the rest of his life...he was very proficient with weapons of all kinds. He knew how to field strip a weapon blindfold and expected me to do it as well."




MCQUEEN AND MCQUEEN.

Size: 16" x 20"

'The Cincinnati Kid' checks out his older self from the side of a drive-in at the Utah border.

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