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  • Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of original Elizabeth Taylor vintage movie posters from her critically acclaimed catalog of timeless Hollywood cinematic performances.

    Elizabeth Taylor, or Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, is an American motion picture artist famous for her rare magnificence and her depictions of unstable and strong-willed characters.

    The icon made her first film, There’s One Born Every Minute. Though she was soon dropped by Universal, MGM Studios marked her to a contract and cast her in Lassie Come Home. Taylor followed that with a star-making performance in National Velvet as a young woman who saves a horse and trains it to race.

    Elizabeth Taylor made a smooth transition from younger to more mature roles in the films Life with Father (1947), Father of the Bride (1950), and An American Tragedy (1951). She appeared as the frivolous wife of a writer in The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954) and as an East Coast woman who marries the patriarch of a disintegrating Texas ranching family (played by Rock Hudson) in Giant (1956). In Raintree County (1957), Taylor portrayed a torn Southern belle who marries an abolitionist (Montgomery Clift). Her mature screen persona— that of a glamorous, passionate woman unafraid of expressing love and anger—was at its apogee in film adaptations of Tennessee Williams’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) and Suddenly, Last Summer (1959).

    Hollywood legend Taylor won an Academy Award for her acting as a conflicted New York call girl in Butterfield 8 (1960), though she publicly expressed her dislike of the film. She fell in love with the British actor Richard Burton while they were filming Cleopatra (1963). Their affair became a scandal because they were both married; the star couple made five films together. After the mid-1970s, however, Taylor appeared only intermittently in films, Broadway plays, and television films.

    Although closely scrutinized because of her personal life, Elizabeth Taylor married eight times and helped establish the American Foundation for AIDS Research (1985), partly motivated by the death of her friend from the disease. She also traveled the world as a spokeswoman for the organization and in 1991 established the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

    Film/Art Gallery’s Elizabeth Taylor movie poster collection of vintage original movie posters include Reynold Brown’s artwork for the film adaptation of Tennessee Williams’ play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and Howard Terpning Elizabeth Taylor poster artwork for Cleopatra.

    Film/Art Gallery movie posters are original prints and film poster collectibles. These are original movie posters. We do not carry any movie poster reproductions or reprints of any kind.