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Marilyn Monroe Original SIGNED Vintage Last Photo George Barris

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Original Vintage Memorabilia Collectibles Marilyn Monroe Photos Photography For Sale

Marilyn Monroe
Original Vintage Photographer SIGNED Photo, 1962
Her Last Photo Shoot!
Taken Three Weeks Before Her Death
Photographer George Barris (last to photograph Marilyn)

 

 

 

RARE & CLASSIC Original Photo MARILYN MONROE "The Smile" by GEORGE BARRIS Marilyn's FINAL Photo Shoot in July 1962- Just Before her Death.  This photo was produced by George Barris off his Original Negative, which is why the detail and quality is so amazing.   Photo is Autographed by Barris TWICE in bold black marker in lower right and upper left.  It also bears a George Barris copyright stamp and a George Barris name and address sticker on the back.   Photo is copyrighted 1986

 Guaranteed Authentic 


Size: 8x10"

Note: Many of these that have surfaced on the market are smaller 5x7".  This is an Amazing 8x10". 

* see enlargeable images above and below

FINAL SHOOT !

An IMPORTANT and Extremely RARE, Vintage  ORIGINAL Photograph depicting Marilyn Monroe as captured by George Barris (1922-2016). The New York City photographer who grew up in Manhattan's Lower East Side carries the distinction of being the last photographer to conduct an official photo shoot with Monroe, less than a month before her death.   Barris who shot for Parade & Cosmopolitan Magazine first met and photographed Marilyn in New York in 1954 where she was on location for the film, "The Seven Year Itch". The two became close friends.  While collaborating on an upcoming book with Marilyn, Barris photographed Marilyn during a photo session that took place on July 13, 1962 in the Santa Monica Beach area in CA.  Sadly, this would be Marilyn's FINAL photo shoot as she tragically died less than a month later on August 3rd, 1962.   Barris is one of the last people still alive who knew Marilyn personally.

When World War II broke out, George was the official army photographer from 1942-1945 and was assigned to General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s victory homecoming celebration. George created an album of the events. He received a special album autographed by General Eisenhower.

Offered is a rare and desirable ORIGINAL, issued in the 70s/early 80s of one of Barris' classic shots of Marilyn . This  photograph measuring 8 x 10" and is in Very Fine + Condition with a nice touch of vintage sepia toning.

NOTE:   Reprints of his photos are sold on the George Barris website for $2500 and up!.    

* See enlargeable images above 

Guaranteed Authentic for Life

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Note: Cvtreasures stamp NOT on original