Steve Martin’s home is the San Remo at 146 Central Park West, which he shares with his massive modern art collection.
The San Remo has been home to many celebrities including Dustin Hoffman, Mary Tyler Moore, Raquel Welch, Bruce Willis, Demi Moore, Donald Sutherland, Paul Simon, Barry Manilow, Elain May, Tony Randall, Robert Stigwood, Howold Arlen, Diane Keaton, U2 Frontman, Bono and Rita Hayworth , Steven Spielberg, Donna Karan, Steve Jobs, Glenn Close, Eddie Cantor, Robert Stigwood, Marshall Brickman, Jackie Leo, and Don Hewitt.
Steve Martin – Art Collector–Artintelligent
Most of the artists in Martin’s collection are American. He selected three works by Eric Fischl,Barbeque (1982), Truman Capote in Hollywood(1988) and Steve (1998) with works by Willem de Kooning Two Women (c. 1952), Edward HopperCaptain Upton’s House (1927), and Hotel Window(1955), Roy Lichtenstein Ohhh … Alright … (1964), Cindy Sherman Untitled Film Still (1979), Robert Crumb Weirdo No. 8 (no date) and actor-painter Martin Mull’s Birthday Boy XI (2000).
Other works in his collection include Stanton MacDonald-Wright’s Synchromy, Cubist Head (c. 1916); Vija Celmins: Untitled (1980); Charles Demuth: In Vaudeville: Soldier and Girl Friend(pencil and watercolor, 1915); Lucian Freud: Naked Girl (1966); April Gornick: Light After Heat(1998); John Graham: Eyes Astray (Pystis Sophia) (1955); Neil Jenney: Acid Story (1983-84); John Koch: Lovers (1970); David Park: Two Women (1957); and James Gale Tyler: Ship at Sea(we are told that this first purchase, when Martin was 21, is a well executed little oil painting, still worth, as Martin explains, with inflation, the $750 he paid for it.)
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