Rare Marilyn Monroe original photo Andre De Dienes Stamped 1949 Tobay Beach NY

Rare Marilyn Monroe original photo Andre De Dienes Stamped 1949 Tobay Beach NY
Rare Marilyn Monroe original photo Andre De Dienes Stamped 1949 Tobay Beach NY
Rare Marilyn Monroe original photo Andre De Dienes Stamped 1949 Tobay Beach NY
Rare Marilyn Monroe original photo Andre De Dienes Stamped 1949 Tobay Beach NY

Rare Marilyn Monroe original photo Andre De Dienes Stamped 1949 Tobay Beach NY

Extremely rare beautiful 8x10 Marilyn Monroe original bathing suit photograph by Andre De Dienes at Tobay Beach, NY 1949. This photo was taken by Andre right before she became famous. She was in New York to film Love Happy and right beforehand she went to Tobay Beach there and took a serious of photographs here with Dienes. This is where he gave her direction to act like a cat; his cat, Andre had brought his cat along with him for this photo so a lot of poses from this umbrella session were inspired by that cat.

Im parting with my collection. Please check back for other rare original Marilyn Monroe (Norma Jeane) photographs I will be listing. Note: the last photo is not included it is just to show how iconic this photograph is as it is pictured on a collector card. These are rare photos I dont think you can get again; unfortunately, Kim Goodwin, a photographic preservationist and hair dresser to the stars, has passed away. His photos are original quality. He was George Barris apprentice and worked for pay in photographs and negatives at a young age and then worked for Marie Osmond; she paid a beautiful tribute to Kim and sang a song that she only sang or dedicated at the time of her own sons passing. Kim Goodwin, who was a make-up artist to celebrities from Elizabeth Taylor to Charlize Theron, died of heart failure and other complications this weekend. Kims sad passing was announced by his best friend, singer Marie Osmond, who kept fans updated throughout his illness. Maries brother Donny Osmond, with whom she has been performing at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas for eleven years, has also offered condolences. Kim was much loved by the Marilyn fan community, creating a series of one-of-a-kind dolls which became highly prized due to his impeccable renditions of Marilyns iconic fashions. He also a devoted collector of rare photographs, sharing his expertise with biographers like Michelle Morgan. In a recent tour video, Kim transformed Marie into silver screen icons Marilyn, Elizabeth, plus Sophia Loren and Ann-Margret. Over at Marilyn Remembered, artist Richard Hanna and former model Linda Kerridge shared tributes to Kim, while Lorraine Nicol wrote about what Kims dolls meant to her. André de Dienes rose to fame in Hollywood in the 1940s.

Hu, the Hungarian-Romanian fashion photographers work with Marilyn Monroe greatly contributed to the success of the iconic actress. He was born as Andor Dienes into a middle class family in 1913 in Transylvania. Following his mothers suicide in 1925, the family moved to Budapest. His brothers soon left for America, while he became interested in painting, drawing and, photography. He started working as a professional photographer for Associated Press and LHumanité, and his fame as a fashion photographer began to grow.

In 1938, Arnold Gingrich, legendary founder of the Esquire, offered him work in New York. His work was published in Life and Vogue, and he also traveled around photographing Native American cultures. In 1944, he relocated to Hollywood to focus on his career in fashion photography. He photographed the likes of Ingrid Bergmann, Henry Fonda, Marlon Brandon, Ronald Reagan, Elizabeth Taylor, and Shirley Temple.

He met the 19-year-old Marilyn Monroe, then called Norma Jane Baker, on the summer of 1945. He discovered her in a modelling agencys portfolio and offered Monroe her first modelling job. The 5-week photoshoot produced what is considered one of the most notable series of photographs taken of her. Many of the photos were published on magazine covers, and Monroes rise to fame began. In 1948, she signed her first film contract, dyed her hair, changed her name, and became Marilyn Monroe, whose short-lived, yet, prosperous career left a permanent mark on the history of cinema.

Dienes and Monroe worked together on several other photoshoots in later years as well. Dienes continued to work until his death in 1985, producing several hundred thousand photographs. He was also a pioneer in photo montage techniques and photo manipulation. In the 90s, a large amount of new photos from the shoot with Monroe were discovered, and the collection was turned into an exhibition.

The item "Rare Marilyn Monroe original photo Andre De Dienes Stamped 1949 Tobay Beach NY" is in sale since Sunday, February 21, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Photographic Images\Contemporary (1940-Now)\Celebrity\Movies". The seller is "uh1ahc" and is located in Palos Verdes Peninsula, California.

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Rare Marilyn Monroe original photo Andre De Dienes Stamped 1949 Tobay Beach NY