RARE 1960s Double Sided MARILYN MONROE by BERT STERN Art Print for Avant Garde Magazine (Framing Available)

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RARE 1960s Double Sided MARILYN MONROE by BERT STERN for Avant Garde Magazine Serigraph Art Print (Framing Available)
Item #: V3PART0003

(NOTE: This listing is for the double sided, back to front FIRST FOUR REVERSIBLE IMAGES ONLY.  Serigraph is suitable for custom framing at cost of $125 w/either side featured.  Please see other listing for frame style or email us for frame details.)

Photographer:  BERT STERN
Story TItle:  The Marilyn Monroe Trip
Publisher:   Avant Garde Magazine
Year:  1968
Description:  Neon Tone Serigraph Print (FIRST FOUR REVERSIBLE IMAGES ONLY)
Size:  10.75 w x 11.25 h
Condition:  Very Good to Excellent Pre-Owned Vintage (with Clean Raw Edge Where Originally Attached to Magazine Binding)

Photographer's Biography:
Bert Stern (1929 – 2013) the son of Jewish immigrants, He was raised in Brooklyn N.Y. He first work for Look magazine, then art director of Mayfair magazine, he learned how to develop film and started taking his own photographs. In 1951, he was assigned to the photographic department in Japan for the US Army. His first professional assignment was for a Smirnoff Vodka advertisement. By the late 1970’s Stern returned to the U.S. Based in New York, he continued to shoot the most famous models, musicians and actors throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s, including Madonna and Kate Moss. He was the subject of the 2010 documentary, “Bert Stern: Original Madman,” directed by his secret wife, Shannah Laumeister.


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