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In late June 1962, only six weeks before her death, photographer Bert Stern held three sessions with Marilyn Monroe for Vogue magazine. During those meetings at the Los Angeles Bel-Air Hote, some of the most intimate and lasting erotic images of the blonde beauty were created. This close-up image of an aging and clearly unhappy Monroe is a one of a kind dye transfer photograph used to make the famous limited edition that has sold for $3-10,000 each. This 20 x 20" dye transfer is actually better quality than the limited edition print. It features a facsimile signature as well as, an authentic signature of Bert Stern, signed in person on the Today Show. NRMT
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