• Marilyn Framed

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If a picture speaks a thousand words, then Sonic Editions knows how to find pictures that speak to your soul. The group works with the world’s finest photographers to deliver a gallery of snapshots that feature some of the most influential people of our time. Here, Marilyn Monroe is captured getting ready to go see a play. Taken in 1955 at the Ambassador Hotel in NYC by photographer Ed Feingersh, this framed, limited edition photo will rock your wall.

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Framed top quality giclee print on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper. Framed with exhibition quality, shatter-resistant Perspex and a handmade matte black wood frame. Limited edition of 495. Print: W 8" H 12”. Frame: W 12” H 16" D 0.95".

Ed Feingersh
Avoid direct sunlight and humidity.
Sonic Editions
Fuji Crystal Archive Paper, Matte Black Wood Frame
Print Type:
United Kingdom
H 16” W 12” D 1”
4 lbs

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