|Photo by Milton Greene|
|Marilyn with Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1953|
PBS aired a feature on MM's photographers and can be found at: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/database/monroe_m_bios.html.”
|By Sam Shaw|
|By Colin Clark|
|By Tom Kelley|
|By George Barris|
|By Bert Stern|
|Bert Stern with still of MM from Vogue, 1962|
Arnold Newman photographed Monroe in 1962 as part of a photo session including Marilyn and icon American poet Carl Sandburg. The black and white image below is an inset take from a larger Newman photograph.
|By Arnold Newman|
|Tom Kelley, 1953. The image on the calendar became|
the first centerfold for Playboy Magazine.
|By George Barris, 1962 (Barris in mirror image)|
|Image of 19 year old Norma Jeane Baker by Andre de Dienes, 1945|
|Above: Milton H. Greene, photographer and MM manager, 1957;|
Below: Iconic image of MM by Greene:
|Sam Shaw with Marilyn on the set of "Viva Zapata," 1952|
Above: Darlene Hammond snapped this classic image of a distracted Humphrey Bogart while Bogie’s wife and film co-star, Lauren Bacall looks on. Event was a Hollywood studio dinner for the debut of the 1953 film “How to Marry a Millionaire.”
Above: Roy Schatt, a studio and paparazzi-style photographer in New York took many street candids of Marilyn Monroe and others. This image is from the Actor’s Studio, circa 1955.
|By Ben Ross, Hollywood, 1953|
|Reportedly MM's first nude session (above). Photographer Earl Moran, 1947|
|Richard Avedon photoshoot (above)|
|Fifteen year old Peter Mangone captured MM on a Manhattan street (above)|
|Anthony Beauchamp Entwistle "Yellow Bikini Series," 1951|
|Life Magazine photographer John Florea with Marilyn, 1953|
Austrian-born Ingeborg Morath was the set photographer during the filming of "The Misfits," starring Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe. The image of Inge was taken in 1958 by Yul Brenner before her "Misfits" assignment.
|By Inge Morath|
|On the set of "The Misfits" by Inge Morath|
|Marilyn Monroe was Arthur Miller's second to last wife. Inge Morath later became the playwrights last wife.|
|By Henri Cartier Bresson|
EVE ARNOLD (below)
|Eve Arnold with Marilyn, Circa 1955|
|Nickolas Muray, 1952|
|From John Vachon's new book of lost Look Magazine images by Dover Publishing|
Above: While working as an assistant with Bert Stern during a June 1962 photo session, Leif-Erik Nygard snapped the iconic nude of Marilyn as the shoot wrapped up. Below. Nygard at an exhibition of his work..
|British photographer Ted Baron snapped Marilyn in 1954 during a visit |
to her Palm Springs home.
Below: Baron at the same photo shoot.
|By Elliott Erwitt|
Above: In New York, George S. Zimbel, was one of the photographers called by studio PR types to attend what became an iconic MM photo op for the 1954 “The Seven-Year-Inch.” Below. Zimbel in later years at an exhibition of his work.
|John Loengard, New York City, 1957|
Above: Classic image of Marilyn Monroe’s amazing camera presence—this time captured by photojournalist Ed Feingersh, who followed her and her entourage for four days in 1955 in and around Manhattan. Below. Feingersh’s selfie.
|Bob Henriques was a buddy and professional photographer. Image taken in 1955|
while Marilyn was filming "The Seven Year Itch."
Above: Marilyn Monroe staring up at photographer Phil Stern. He photographed celebrities after the war but it was his wartime photography that made Sgt. Stern famous and earned him a Purple Heart for being wounded in battle.
|John Deprey, New York Daily News|