donderdag, november 04, 2021

Adolph Gottlieb #3

"Located minutes from the ocean (and just down the street from Grey Gardens), Wildmoor, is a classic, wood-shingled estate with an acre of land and 4,291 square feet of living space. What makes this summer home extra special is that it’s where Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, the graceful and glamorous former first lady, spent her summers as a child.

Built in 1895, the home was cherished by the Bouvier family for decades. It was originally owned by Onassis’s grandfather, John Vernou Bouvier Jr., and it was also the childhood home of her father, "Blackjack" Bouvier.
The home’s illustrious history doesn’t stop with the Bouvier family—abstract expressionist painter Adolph Gottlieb purchased the property in 1960, in order to be closer to the ocean."

"Adolph Gottlieb turned this former barn into an art studio when he bought the property in 1960."
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> The Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation

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