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Milton's Marilyn

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 220 Nombre de pages
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This book unveils probably the last and definitely the finest, unpublished piece of the jigsaw making up the now immortal image of... Lire la suite
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This book unveils probably the last and definitely the finest, unpublished piece of the jigsaw making up the now immortal image of Marilyn Monroe - photos taken by famous photographer Milton Greene who was Marilyn's artistic advisor, agent, and business partner from 1954 to 1957. It was Greene who, by clever manoeuvring, freed Marilyn from the shackles of her contract with Twentieth Century Fox and together with her founded the independent production company, Marilyn Monroe Productions, Inc.," which produced the superb Marilyn Monroe films Bus Stop and The Prince and the Showgirl. The relationship between Marilyn and Milton was always a difficult, but highly fruitful one. It broke down in 1957, when Marilyn's husband Arthur Miller began to take care of her business affairs. Our book, first published in 1994, offers a rich selection of this photographic treasure. Marilyn Monroe never looked as erotic, as elegant, and as stunningly beautiful as she does in these photography by Milton Greene.

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Many of the most famous Marilyn images were Milton Greene's: the chiffon dress, the wicker chair, the red sweater; the Slip and Mink series; the White Series and the Black Series. Marilyn in the crux of an oak tree; Marilyn pulling up her stockings; the filming of Bus Stop and Showgirl. Nobody before and after photographed Marilyn as erotic, elegant, and seductive as Milton Greene. Composed by Milton's son Joshua, this Marilyn classic is available again in its immortal beauty.

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Titre: Milton's Marilyn
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Code EAN: 9783829606141
ISBN: 978-3-8296-0614-1
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Schirmer-Mosel
Genre: Art
nombre de pages: 220
Poids: g
Taille: H175mm x B145mm
Année: 2012
Auflage: Rev. ed.
Pays: IT