THE LAST SITTING: MARILYN MONROE

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On a late June afternoon in 1962, Marilyn Monroe arrived at the Hotel Bel-Air.  Alone.  Late.  Ready to remove her makeup, clothing, and inhibitions for the camera of legendary photographer Bert Stern.  The 3 day photo shoot that ensued, yielded nothing short of magic.  The series of 2,571 portraits revealed a Woman both shockingly unvarnished and utterly glamorous. 
 
Six weeks later Marilyn Monroe was dead.  
 
The intimate portraits would be the public’s final glimpse into the life of the Hollywood icon.