Jean Shrimpton, a model and fashion icon, in January 1967. "He was a consummate photographer and craftsman -- the lights, the camera, everything," Diana Donovan said of her late husband.
Actor Sean Connery in a Smirnoff vodka advertisement in January 1962.
Actress Faye Dunaway, left, with photographer and film director Jerry Schatzberg in the Daily Express newspaper in November 1967.
Actress Nancy Kwan in British Vogue in October 1963. Donovan's subjects were some of the most celebrated icons of the 1960s.
Model Twiggy in Woman's Mirror magazine in August 1966.
Model and photographer Jill Kennington in a Helena Rubinstein advertisement, circa 1965.
Kingsley Amis, a writer, in August 1960.
Former model and current Vogue creative director at large Grace Coddington, left, with Peter Anthony in June 1961.
Marsha Hunt, a singer and novelist, in December 1968.
Dancer Margaret Morris in August 1969.
Actress Charlotte Rampling, circa 1968.
Rahsaan Roland Kirk, a jazz multi-instrumentalist, in September 1963. During Donovan's career, the photographer was highly sought after for his obvious range and skill. "He was completely and utterly dedicated to photography," Diana Donovan said.
Actor Terence Stamp in British Vogue in July 1967.
Moyra Swan, Vogue cover model, in June 1966. "(Photography) was in his soul and in his spirit," Diana Donovan said of her late husband.