Marilyn Monroe’s image, burnished by time and early death, has become a 20th century icon. Last year marked the 50th anniversary of her death but her impact on the art world is showing no sign of slowing down. The two latest limited edition print releases at artrepublic attest that the American actress, model, and singer, remains the ultimate artist’s muse.

Pure Evil’s striking Arthur Miller’s Nightmare – Pink refers to Monroe’s turbulent marriage to playwright Arthur Miller, for whom she converted to Judaism. Their marriage, her third, ended in divorce in 1961 after less than five years. The bold print is a subversive reworking of Andy Warhol’s 1960s iconic portrait and is available 3 different colour ways.

Also new to the site is Dirty Sexy Marilyn No.1 by Ben Allen a silkscreen limited edition with enamel finish. Adorned with the stars and stripes, this portrait paints Monroe as synonymous with American culture but points to her fascinating paradoxes; sexual but innocent, vulnerable but also driven and calculating, a figure loved by the establishment but ultimately anarchic.