DescriptionA Kim Novak Prop Painting from "The Legend of Lylah Clare." Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Oil on canvas, depicting the actress set against a red background, seen in the film hanging above the fireplace in the Bridal Chamber (frame used in film not present); included are two black and white stills showing the painting in use on the set. (Please note there is noticeable staining which could be 'purposeful distressing' related to the film's plot.)
30" x 24"
This painting was originally sold in the now-famous 1970 MGM Auction where the current consignor bought it.
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