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Milton Greene (1922-1985), "Bus Stop I" Framed Original Photograph Printed from the Original Negative, Hand Signed and Numbered with Letter of Authenticity
Item #250934

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14 x 14


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"Bus Stop I" is an original photograph printed from the original negative by Milton Greene (1922-1985). This piece was photographed in 1956 and printed in 1979. This piece is dated and signed by the photographer and bears the Milton H. Greene Authentication Stamp inverso. This piece comes framed. Includes Letter of Authenticity. Measures approx. 24" x 24" (frame), 14" x 14" (image).

Born in New York in 1922, Milton Greene began taking pictures at the age of fourteen. Before long, at the age of twenty-three, Milton was referred to as 'Color Photography's Wonder Boy.' The majority of Milton's work in the 1950s and 1960s appeared in major national publications including Life, Look, Harper's Bazaar, Town & Country and Vogue.

Although Greene was initially renowned for his high-fashion photography, it is his remarkable portraits of our most beloved artists, musicians, and film, television, and theatrical celebrities that have become legendary. His 50 sessions with Marilyn Monroe resulted in some of the most iconic images ever produced of the star. His photography won him many national and international honours, medals and awards.

In recent years, Milton Greene's photographs and prints have been exhibited in major museums and galleries throughout the world, and presented in many private collections. Milton H. Greene's photogs continue to be regarded as some of the most important images produced during an iconic era of the twentieth century.

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