DescriptionA Kim Novak Prop Painting from "The Legend of Lylah Clare." Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Oil on board, depicting the actress in a sultry pose, seen in the film hanging above the bed (frame used in film not present), original David Weisz Co. tag [Lot A424] still affixed to the back; included are two black and white stills showing the painting in use on the set. (Please note the board is somewhat brittle and warped due to age.)
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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