Natalie Wood at Tahiti Plage Beach in Saint-Tropez, France, 1968.
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Eve Arnold during the filming of The Misfits (1961)
Remembering Fredric March (August 31st 1897 - April 14th 1975)
"His career was spectacular and long; he produced an uninterrupted stream of comedic, fantastic, and tragic characters over forty years … he feels forgotten by film history—or if not exactly forgotten, for we know and love many of his films, then unknown as a person.” -Guy Maddin
"He is normally quietly excellent … he did go through a spell of being a romantic leading man but for most of his career he had been a dedicated no-nonsense actor, authoritative and reliable; if you look at publicity stills of March you will find them less affected than those of any other star: he does not pose. He is direct, he is an actor who cries out to be rediscovered.” -David Shipman
my art prints :):):)