• Carly Clisham

    Norma Jean aka Marilyn Monroe

  • Vanity Couture

    Marilyn Monroe- gorgeous woman

  • Linda Coffman

    Marilyn Monroe ....still a style icon

  • Tanya Lee

    Marilyn Monroe.. One of the most beautiful photos I've seen of her. I apologize for not crediting the photog, but I don't know who it is.

  • Meghan Webb

    Marilyn Monroe, classic beauty

  • Rikki Burris

    Marilyn Monroe, one of the most beautiful women ever

  • Kathryn Flowers

    true beauty. The most gorgeous woman that ever lived.

  • Anita Kahklen

    Marilyn Monroe: In 1951, she took evening courses in Art Appreciation and Literature at UCLA. Marilyn was passionate about art and became a collector later in life. Her favorite artists were Goya, Picasso, and El Greco. Marilyn was driven to become a better actress and bored of the sex symbol image which made her a star, stating “I don’t mind making jokes, but I don’t want to look like one.”

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