Paul McCartney, from left, Ringo Starr and John Lennon sit together during a trip to Rishikesh, India, at Maharishi's ashram, where the Beatles visited to study meditation.
Boyd and Harrison pose for a self-portrait in their rose garden at Kinfauns. ''This is when George and I lived in a house in Esher, Surrey, England. I had been waiting all spring for these gorgeous roses to bloom, so I was absolutely thrilled they all seemed to bloom at the same time," she said.
McCartney is captured here recording his experiences in Rishikesh on a Super 8 Camera.
"I took this shot while on my first tour of America with Eric and his band. This was just one of the hotels we stayed in. I particularly liked the hideous red frame of the picture on the wall matching the sofa and the small figure in the painting," Boyd said.
"The Maharishi had invited us all to go to India to his ashram in the Indian Himalaya. We were there studying meditation for two and a half months. While the other three Beatles went back to London to start the beginning of their Apple empire, George and I went to Madras for a week's relaxation. I took this photograph of George one morning, as I thought the light on his face was lovely. I think this was the last time that I saw him looking so calm," Boyd said.
Clapton and blues legend Freddie King perform together. King signed on to Clapton's RSO record label in 1974 and released three albums before his death in 1976.
Clapton relaxes on a trip to Greece.
Harrison is captured sunbathing in Palm Springs during a quick holiday break he and Boyd took together in the California desert resort town between recording sessions in Los Angeles. This was near the time of the "Living in the Material World" album cover shoot in Los Angeles.
An avid car collector, Clapton is captured here deciding to buy a 1930s-era green Lancia Astura.
Boyd said George was playing to her at Friar Park.
Clapton and Mick Jagger chat backstage on a couch at Philadelphia's JFK Stadium before the Live Aid concert.
Harrison admires a rainbow from a porch at Friar Park.
Harrison shows the guru Maharishi his Polaroids during a lecture.
Starr flashes peace signs during a publicity photo-shoot for his upcoming summer tour with The All Starr Band in 2000.
In 2003, Ronnie Wood was commissioned by Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber to paint a mural celebrating his legendary London restaurant, The Ivy. It featured more than 60 famous regulars dining at the high-profile establishment and was hung at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London.
Clapton performs at "The Last Waltz," The Band's final concert performance, held in San Francisco in 1976.
This is a self-portrait before a party, Boyd said.