Milton first encountered Marilyn Monroe on an assignment for Look Magazine. They quickly became friends and ultimately formed their own film production company which produced Bus Stop and The Prince and the Showgirl. Before marrying Arthur Miller, Marilyn lived with Greene and his family in their Connecticut farmhouse. During their ten years together Greene photographed Monroe in countless photographic sessions including the famous "Black" sitting.
This and the following three lots are accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the Archives of Milton H. Greene.