Marilyn Monroe – Mandolin Sitting (MN-60)
September, 1953 — Fleur Cowles, editor-in-chief of Look magazine, brought Milton to Los Angeles to meet Marilyn. Mandolin was the first photographic collaboration between the two. Over the next three days they created memorable work that won her over. Marilyn had sprained her left ankle while filming River of No Return, which was the only reason she was even available for this assignment.
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Image Size: 20×20 inches – Paper Size: 24×24 inches
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Image Size: 26×26 inches – Paper Size: 30×30 inches
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