18 November 2003
MARILYN MONROE 'SCREEN PRINT' SIGNED BY BERT STERN
A 'screen print' rendered in a black and white 'dot-matrix' style which depicts the image of MM shot by Bert Stern where she holds fabric roses in front of her breasts; annotated in pencil by Stern on the left-side "Marilyn Monroe" and on the right-side "Bert Stern." Also included is a silver-foil poster with twelve images of MM on it from Stern's famous 'Last Sitting' series in 1962; printed on the lower margin is Bert Stern MM Screen Prints/Everyman Gallery 927 Madison Avenue September 1970; signed in blue ballpoint ink in the lower right-hand corner is "Bert Stern/'70." Both pieces were originally part of this Everyman Gallery exhibit.
Screen Print: 31 x 20 inches
Please note the screen print has wrinkling, creasing and rips on the top margin and slight discoloration around the edges due to age.
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