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  1.   Virgil Apger
'Elizabeth Taylor' From 'Love Is Better Than Ever' MGM
1952

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    Virgil Apger

    'Elizabeth Taylor' From 'Love Is Better Than Ever' MGM

    1952

  2.   Herb Ritts
'Elizabeth Taylor'

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    Herb Ritts

    'Elizabeth Taylor'

  3.   Peter Basch
'Elizabeth Taylor'

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    Peter Basch

    'Elizabeth Taylor'

  4.   Elizabeth Taylor
On the set of ‘Suddenly Last Summer’
1959

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    Elizabeth Taylor

    On the set of ‘Suddenly Last Summer’

    1959

  5.   Elizabeth Taylor

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    Elizabeth Taylor

  6.   Elizabeth Taylor

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    Elizabeth Taylor

  7.   Firooz Zahedi
'Elizabeth Taylor Dressed as an Odalisque II'
1976

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    Firooz Zahedi

    'Elizabeth Taylor Dressed as an Odalisque II'

    1976

  8.   Elizabeth Taylor
Photo by Jerry Schatzberg

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    Elizabeth Taylor

    Photo by Jerry Schatzberg

    Source: theworldofphotographers.com

  9.   Elizabeth Taylor
Suddenly Last Summer 1959

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    Elizabeth Taylor

    Suddenly Last Summer 1959

  10.   vintagebreeze:

Elizabeth Taylor with books.

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    vintagebreeze:

    Elizabeth Taylor with books.

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  11.   Elizabeth Taylor by Richard Avedon

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    Elizabeth Taylor by Richard Avedon

  12.   Weegee
Elizabeth Taylor, 1950

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    Weegee

    Elizabeth Taylor, 1950

  13.   Elizabeth Taylor

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    Elizabeth Taylor

  14.   Elizabeth Taylor, photo by Norman Parkinson, mid 1950s

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    Elizabeth Taylor, photo by Norman Parkinson, mid 1950s

  15.   Elizabeth Taylor (her son Michael Howard Wilding behind her), photo by Milton Greene, Hollywood, 1954

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    Elizabeth Taylor (her son Michael Howard Wilding behind her), photo by Milton Greene, Hollywood, 1954