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Rarely seen pictures of Marilyn Monroe will stop many hearts, and these ones on display at the Little Black Gallery in Chelsea in London are showing us emotion we haven’t seen for years.

The personal, connected and open photos taken by Milton H. Greene and Douglas Kirkland show a happy, open and convivial Marilyn that is oft-forgotten.

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes @tlbgallery Marilyn in red veil by Milton H Greene #marilynmonroe #miltonhgreene @ttpetals @chachappell A photo posted by The Little Black Gallery (@tlbgallery) on


Radiant in red. #MarilynMonroe #MiltonHGreene​

A photo posted by Marilyn Monroe (@marilynmonroe) on

What a babe 🍑 Gentleman Prefer Blondes starring Marilyn Monroe at @tlbgallery

A photo posted by J O R D A N N E (@jordanne_littlethoughts) on

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  1. She was such a beautiful woman, she died to soon, she is forever young

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    • Libbi and apparently a very high i q extremely intelligent. But as you say forever young.

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      • S She was very beautiful, but I don’t think overburdened with intelligence. She made too many mistakes in her life to have many brains.

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