1952 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo Bernard Hollywood Ray Party Helicopter For Sale
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1952 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo Bernard Hollywood Ray Party Helicopter:
Selling my extremely rare large original Marilyn Monroe photograph taken by Bernard of Hollywood in 1952. This is from a party Marilyn attended as guest of honor thrown by Ray Anthony at his house and it was perhaps the most legendary of Anthony's exploits was this 1952 release party for his orchestra's single "Marilyn," written for Marilyn, who had yet to become a household name. Size 11x14. Gelatin Silver, double weight. Absolutely stunning. Kim Goodwin’s stamp on back. Slight paper rippling on top and bottom of photo, shown in pictures. Produced from the original negative or transparency.
This is from, if not the best, then one of the very best Marilyn Monroe photo collectors of all time, Kim Goodwin. Kim was a man of many talents, he loved and had a deep appreciation for Marilyn, he actually worked for photographer, George Barris, and chose to be paid in photographs and negatives. He was extremely talented, among many talents, he was a photographic preservationist, there are many books that credit him for the use of his photos. He was a highly skilled Marilyn doll designer, some would argue perhaps the best because his dolls looked so life like and captured Marilyn’s beauty in a way no other designer could and they had a gracefulness to them that was unparalleled, and as mentioned above contributed to many books on her. He was also a sought after, highly regarded, expert stylist/artist to the stars.
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