Marilyn Monroe, Marilyn 3, Marilynmonroe, Standard Jeane, Marylin Monroe, Milton Greene
Photograph by Milton Greene~ Marilyn Monroe~ "I am Invariably late for appointments, sometimes as much as two hours. I’ve tried to change my ways, but the things that make me late are too strong, and too pleasing."
Nacida como Norma Jeane Mortenson, bautizada como Norma Jeane Baker y llamada Marilyn Monroe.
Milton H. Greene (14 de março de 1922, em Nova York - 08 de agosto de 1985, em Los Angeles) foi uma moda e fotógrafo de celebridades. Ele foi ativo por mais de quatro décadas. Ele é mais conhecido para os photoshoots que ele fez com Marilyn Monroe .Nascido em Nova York em 14 de março de 1922, Milton Greene começou a tirar fotos com a idade de 14. Embora ele tenha sido o destinatário de uma bolsa de estudos para o renomado Instituto Pratt, uma maior consciência da imagem fotográfica.
Marilyn Monroe with Milton Greene's son & Milton. Photographer, Milton H. Greene -
Marilyn Monroe with Milton Greene at the top corner and his son Joshua Greene.
marilyn monroe and joshua greene 1956 by milton green
Fashion and celebrity photographer Milton H. Greene was only 26 years old when he photographed Marilyn Monroe for Look magazine. He went on to take thousands of photos of the Hollywood siren, capturing both her vulnerability and her sex-bomb persona. Now, 3,700 unpublished black-and-white and color negatives and transparencies of Greene's Monroe archive are going on the auction block – with copyright. They are but a fraction of 75,000 celebrity negatives and slides Greene shot in the 1950s and 1960s that are going on sale July 27 at Profiles in History in Los Angeles and online. Copyrights are included with all the material, which is spread over 268 lots, meaning a potential buyer can print images from the negatives and transparencies, sell them and license the material. "It's a big, big deal. It's like selling the recipe for Coca-Cola," said Joseph Maddalena, owner of Profiles in History, which auctions original Hollywood memorabilia and artifacts. "It's nearly unheard of in a public venue, particularly for an entire archive," said Christopher Belport, the photography consultant for Profiles in History. [via Huffington Post] Marilyn Monroe and Milton's son Joshua by Milton Greene, 1956.