Auction of the World’s Largest Collection of Original Vintage Glamour Photography

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George Hurrell’s iconic portrait of Jean Harlow on a white bearskin rug created for Vanity Fair magazine now spearheads the largest auction of Glamour Photography in art history.

CALABASAS, CA.- George Hurrell’s iconic portrait
of Jean Harlow on a white bearskin rug created for Vanity Fair magazine now
spearheads the largest auction of Glamour Photography in art history. The
original camera negative, as well as a custom print of this incomparable
photograph is regarded as Hurrell’s most important portrait and is estimated to
sell for well over $20,000.
The multi-million dollar Michael H. Epstein
and Scott E. Schwimer collection, which contains tens of thousands of the best
examples of Hollywood fine art, will be auctioned by Profiles in History March
26-27, 2010. Worldwide bidding begins at 12:00pm (noon) PST both days.