Marilyn Monroe – Prince and the Showgirl (PR-0017)
Looking for a size other than what is currently listed in the Limited Editions?
Maybe there is a different media, such as metal, handmade Japanese paper, or canvas that you want us to print on. Exhibition Prints are the closest way to get a custom print and is our most rare group in our Editions. When a client wants a larger print than what is offered in the Limited Editions, Exhibition Prints are the way to go. Please contact The Archives directly to confirm the size and media limitations.
July/August 1956 — The 30-year-old Marilyn Monroe and 34-year-old Milton H Greene embarked on their second film collaboration together. Marilyn Monroe Productions was the executive producer of record and the two of them were in control of all aspects of the production, including allowing Laurence Olivier to direct, and Milton hiring the great photographer/cinematographer Jack Cardiff. Milton and Jack shared an appreciation of aesthetics that guided them through costume design, lighting and camera angles. Newlyweds Marilyn and Arthur arrived in London on July 14, to the eagerly waiting British press. Filming took place at Pinewood studios, but when you look at the sets, the costumes and the lighting, you see the grand, old dramatic Hollywood style of the 1930s. The difficulties encountered during the four months of filming are well documented. However, when you see Marilyn’s performance of Elsie on the screen, all those troubles fade away.
In addition to the print options below, editions of 7, Custom Exhibition Sizes are available.
|Dimensions||38 × 6 × 6 in|