Multi-Million Dollar Auction Of The World's Largest Collection Of Original Vintage Glamour Photography by Profiles In History Press Release
(Profiles In History 16 March 2010 / ) -
Profiles in History, the world's leading auctioneer of Hollywood memorabilia is excited to present a multi-million dollar auction of the world's largest collection of Original Vintage Glamour Photography, March 26-27, 2010. George Hurrell's iconic portrait of Jean Harlow on a white bearskin rug created for Vanity Fair magazine spearheads this once in a lifetime auction of the Michael H. Epstein and Scott E. Schwimer collection, which contains tens of thousands of the best examples of Hollywood fine art, including works by George Hurrell and his contemporaries, including Clarence Sinclair Bull.
As you know, Hollywood Glamour Photography was an essential tool in star-making process. Artists like Hurrell and Bull, on through Herb Ritts and Harry Langdon, Jr. captured and helped to catapult the world's most famous actors and actresses to stardom and leave their indelible images on the eyes of adoring movie fans. This huge auction will include extremely rare photographic images of a young George Clooney, Drew Barrymore, Kirsten Dunst, Teri Hatcher, Sarah Jessica Parker, a young Angelina Jolie, Ann-Margret, Halle Berry, Cher, Diana Ross, Will Smith, Rock Hudson, and Arnold Schwarzenegger among others!
Looking through the list of photographic subjects, we noticed how many of them have Gumshoe/Sleuth/Detective work on their resumes. (more ...)
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