15/04/1956 Peasant / Make Up - Marilyn par Milton - Divine Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton H Greene - April 1956 - Los Angeles in outdoor settings from 20th Century Fox, used for the film "What Price Glory". Milton, inspired by the novel "The Brothers Karamazov", was convinced of the potential dramatic Marilyn and he took a picture of her wearing the costume of Jennifer Jones in "The Song of Bernadette", curved black shirt, long skirt, black stockings and thick shoes. Photos of the session "P": "Peasant"
A NAPOLEON III GILT AND PATINATED BRONZE MOUNTED FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK, AFTER EDOUARD QUESNEL French, late 19th century/early 20th century The mantel clock surmounted with a depiction of Aesop's fable The Lion in Love, the peasant's daughter cutting the nails of the lion above the rectangular case fitted with a circular enameled dial with Roman numeral dial, within a raven surmounted and ivy leaf scrolling border, flanked by bird and fish mounts