Eve Arnold, ‘US actress Marilyn Monroe resting between takes during a photographic studio session in Hollywood (Paramount Gallery), for the making of the film "The Misfits". Directed by John Huston (USA). Nevada. Screenplay by Arthur Miller (USA)’, 1960, Magnum Photos

Arnold gained the closest access to Marilyn Monroe when Magnum was invited to the set of The Misfits in 1960, capturing some of the most intimate and revealing portraits of the doomed starlet.

Printed in London

Works are unframed. Letter of authenticity available upon request. Prints are packed flat and shipped via FedEx from Magnum Photos office in New York.

Signature: Stamped on verso

About Eve Arnold

Eve Arnold began her photographic pursuits while working in a New York City photo-finishing plant in 1946, and soon after began studying with Alexei Brodovitch, a noted art director at Harper's Bazaar. Capturing the most glamorous and famous faces of the last century, including Malcolm X, Marilyn Monroe, and Jackie Kennedy, Arnold served as the official photographer on 40 movie sets. In equal measure, Arnold focused her lens on the lives of ordinary people around the world, traveling from China to South Africa.

American, 1912-2012