Elizabeth Taylor: The unpublished photos from Life.com

It’s hard to believe that there are still unpublished pictures of Elizabeth Taylor, the movie legend who passed away today at the age of 79 after spending nearly her entire life in front of the cameras. But Life.com has dug into its vast archives and manged to put together an entire gallery of beautiful, unprinted photographs of Taylor in her many incarnations: child star, screen siren, Hollywood diva. There’s a young Liz mocking her British roots in an “All American” sweater; the actress chatting with A Place in the Sun (1951) co-star Montgomery Clift on the Paramount studio backlot; Taylor and Burton in full regalia on the set of Cleopatra (1963); and many more. Take a look at the samples Life let us post here, and then check out the full gallery at Life.com.

More on Elizabeth Taylor:
Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79
All About Elizabeth Taylor
Cover Story: 60 Years of Liz (1992)
Book Review: Donald Spoto’s A Passion for Life: The Biography of Elizabeth Taylor (1995)
Book Review: C. David Heymann’s Liz (1995)
Encore: When Elizabeth Taylor met Richard Burton on the Cleopatra set
Encore: Cleopatra becomesHollywood’s costliest flop
Photo Gallery: Rare, behind-the-scenes photos from Elizabeth Taylor’s 1956 classic Giant
Encore: Remembering Elizabeth Taylor’s First Divorce, from Nicky Hilton

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  • Rebecca Richard

    my thoughts and prayers go out to her family at this time of need.

  • susie till

    elizabeth taylor was always concerned about her family, her friends, and her nation. she was always trying to make the world a better place to live. she will be truly missed. god bless her and her loved ones.

  • tony chambers

    Elizabeth Taylor was the most beautiful women in film history.RIP

  • Chris

    It’s hard to believe somebody you never met, yet knew your entire life is gone. Stars have an unusual relationship with their public. She was simply a never to be fogotten woman in every way. RIP

  • Lynn

    Elizabeth Taylor lived life in every way to the fullest. She lived it her way. I have no judgments on her choices as I feel she always cared for others in the end. And she suffered pain just like all of us. She was strong-willed, the most beautiful woman in film history and adored by her fans. It’s hard to believe another legend is gone – the days of the real movie stars is coming to an end – we will never see the likes of people like Elizabeth Taylor again, but how fortunate we are to have experienced her being.

  • Liz

    Elizabeth Taylor was my favorite actress of all time. There will never be another icon like her. She was a strong womanenvied by everyone . I admire her not only for her immense contribution to the screen…for also for her humanitarian attributes. Her legacy will never fade away…Rest in Peace…Elizabeth…You will never be forgotten. The world is a better place because of you…You will live in our hearts forever…

  • jean wright

    I thought she was the most beautiful women in the world we our the same age I loved ever thing she did and I watch her movies over and over

  • amar

    always admired here;both born in the same year.Bless her

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