The show features the works of the photojournalist Stafford, who was born in Ohio, USA but now lives in East Sussex.
She started work as an actress, but after photographing Albert Einstein for a documentary in 1948 she became “interested in telling stories in pictures and showing the world to people as I saw it”.
The group of works in the exhibition cover a 10-year period, from 1950-60, during which Stafford worked in Paris taking pictures for fashion as well as scenes of the city.
“The exhibition has been very well received,” says dealer Lucy Bell. “It is fantastic that the exhibition is now touring to London. Marilyn Stafford is 91 and her work is being celebrated by many and getting the acclaim it deserves.”
Print editions at the show are 16 x 12in (40.5 x 30.5cm) and prices for the prints start at £250.