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Julianne Moore As Famous Works Of Art

Hollywood, fashion, and art history collide in the photographs of Peter Linderbergh of Julianne Moore for a 2008 issue of Harper’s Bazaar. Linderbergh photographs the talented actress side-by-side some of the most iconic and famous images of women pulled from art history.

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