Marilyn Monroe – Statue (ST-04)

May 1956 _ Taken at Guilaroff’s mansion the same day as the Graduation pictures, Marilyn posed with his statue of the discus thrower, which Guilaroff had near the windows of his living room. The other task of the day’s work was for Milton to visualize a neckline that would be appropriate for her upcoming character in The Prince and the Showgirl. Milton draped fabrics on Marilyn and secured them with safety pins, discovering a neckline that would be used in the costume she wore in the film. Marilyn had a gift for exuding emotion, even when hugging an inanimate object.

Weight0.5 lbs
Dimensions24 × 24 × 0.1 in
Editions of 15

Image Size: 15×22.5 inches – Paper Size: 20×24 inches

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Image Size: 18×27 inches – Paper Size: 24×30 inches

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