Marilyn Monroe, Hollywood 1952
Framed Art Print
Item #: 11717224A
28" x 22"
Ships in 2-3 days
High-quality printing gives this fine art print its vivid and sharp appearance. Produced on medium weight cover stock, this art reproduction is coated with a silken finish that protects the inks and creates an elegant look. The versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.
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Philippe Halsman’s insightful portrait of Marilyn Monroe reveals the human behind the glamour. Fleeing to America during the Paris Nazi invasion with only a suitcase and a camera, Halsman was soon published on a record 101 “Life” covers, and set the standard for photography of celebrities, intellectuals and politicians. His portrait of Marilyn Monroe is an inspirational image of the strength, determination and hard work that forged a goddess.
Philippe Halsman set new standards for celebrity photography, combining Surrealism and psychology to help pioneer experimental photography. Halsman (1906 – 1979) fled to America with only a camera and a suitcase during the Nazi invasion of Paris, and was soon published on a record 101 “Life” magazine covers. Halsman provoked celebrities to reveal their inner self, and was renowned for cracking their facades by photographing them jumping. He also collaborated with painter Salvador Dali for 30 years, producing a famous photo of Dali, cats, water and furniture suspended in midair.
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