Milton Greene photographed some of the most iconic women in history. From his close friendship with Marilyn Monroe (with whom he had over 52 photo sessions) to beautiful images of Elizabeth Taylor, Catherine Deneuve, and Doris Day, Greene's eye for beauty and inventiveness turned simple portraits into sophisticated, high-fashion images. This week California auction house Profiles in History hosts an auction featuring over 70,000 unpublished images from Greene's estate—"because he worked before modern digital methods of archiving and restoration, much of what he shot remained unpublished," making this auction a strong offering of Greene as a visionary. Greene's fashion photography has been internationally celebrated and presented in publications including Life, Look, Harper's Bazaar, and Vogue. In celebration of Greene's talent, a look at some of the photographer's best work coming up on the block.