Alongside Gunther's photos, there are pictures by another photographer close to the band, Robert Whitaker - who famously portrayed the band with a number of dismembered toy dolls and raw meat for the album cover of US release 'Yesterday and Today'.
Gunther's son told Rolling Stone magazine: "He was there on every plane ride and in every hotel room. I think there was real, genuine affection between The Beatles and my dad". His photos include not just live shots, but also their free time, with them riding horses and goofing around with manager Brian Epstein. Peter Blachley, co-founder of the Morrison Hotel Gallery, said: "You can see it in the photographs. There were no handlers. Just, 'Hang out, you're one of the band now'".
The Unseen Beatles exhibition of Robert Whitaker and Curt Gunther's work is on throughout the Summer. For more info visit morrisonhotelgallery.com.