Where Famous New York Artists and Photographers Lived or Worked
Edward Hopper in his studio, 3 Washington Square North (circa 1960).
Where Famous New York Artists and Photographers Lived or WorkedAlice Austen - 2 Hylan Boulevard (Rosebank, Staten Island)
Diane Arbus - 71 Washington Place b/t 6th Ave and Wash. Sq. West; 121+1/2 Charles St. b/t Greenwich St. and Hudson St.
Jean-Michael Basquiet - 57 Great Jones Street b/t Bowery and Lafayette St.
Marc Chagall - 4 East 74th b/t 5th Ave and Madison Ave; 75 Riverside Drive b/t 79th and 80th
Howard Chandler Christy - 1 West 67th Street b/t C. P. West and Columbus Ave
Chuck Close - 20 Bond Street at Lafayette St.
William de Kooning - 88 East 10th Street b/t 3rd and 4th Aves; 831 Broadway b/t 12th and 13th Sts. , top floor
Marcel Duchamp - 28 West 10th Street b/t 5th and 6th Aves
Milton Glaser - 27 West 67th Street b/t C. P. West and Columbus Ave.
Keith Haring - 676 Broadway b/t Bond St. and Great Jones St., 5th floor
Hans Hoffman (school) - 52 West 8th Street b/t 5th and 6th Aves; lived later at 88 East 10th Street b/t 3rd and 4th Aves
Edward Hopper - 3 Washington Square North b/t 5th Ave and University Place, 4th floor
Jasper Johns - 278 Pearl Street b/t Fulton St. and Beekman St.; demolished
Andre Kertesz - 2 Fifth Ave at 8th Street b/t Wash. Sq. North and 8th St.
Franz Klein - 52 East Ninth Street b/t University and Broadway
Jeff Koons - 11 East 67th Street b/t 5th Ave and Madison Ave.
Lee Krasner - 46 East 8th Street at Greene St.
Stan Lee - 220 East 63rd Street b/t 3rd and 2nd Aves.
Fernand Leger - 222 Bowery b/t Prince and String Sts. (studio 1940-1941)
Annie Liebovitz - 307 West 11th Street at Greenwich Street.; London Terrace Gardens- 400 block of West 23rd St.
Jay Maisel - 190 Bowery at Spring St.
Robert Mapplethorpe - 24 Bond Street, 5th floor at LAfayette Street
Piet Mondrian - 345 East 56th Street at 1st Ave.
Georgia O'Keefe - 525 Lexington b/t 48th and 49th Sts.- (Shelton Hotel, 30th floor)(1925-1937)
Maxfield Parrish - 49 East 63rd Street b/t Madison and Park Aves.
Jackson Pollock - 446 East 8th Street at Greene St. (one of many)
Robert Rauchenberg - 278 Pearl Street b/t Fulton St. and Beekman St.; (demolished)
Mark Rothko - 157 East 69th Street b/t Lexington and Third Aves.
Julien Schnabel - 360 West 11th St. b/t Washington St. and West St. (called the "Palazzo Chupi")
Alfred Stieglitz - 525 Lexington Ave b/t 48th and 49th (Hotel Shelton)
Andy Warhol - 242 Lexington Ave at 34th St. (before 1960); 1342 Lexington b/t 89th-90th Sts.(from 1960- 1974); 57 East 66th b/t Madison and Park Aves. (from 1974 to 1987)
Famous Artist Bars
The Cedar Tavern - 24 University Place b/t 8th to 9th Sts. (replaced)
Chumley's - 86 Bedford Street at Barrow St.
The Lion's Head - 59 Christopher Street at 7th Avenue South (now the Kettle of Fish)
The San Remo - 93 MacDougal Street at Bleecker Street (closed)
Slugs Saloon - 242 East 3rd Street b/t Avenues B and C(closed)
Stanleys - 12th St. and Avenue B (closed)
William Burroughs and Alan Ansen outside the San Remo Cafe (bar) at the northwest corner of Bleecker and MacDougal Streets in 1953 (photo by Allen Ginsberg).
24 Bond Street (tall central building) where Robert Mapplethorpe and Patti Smith lived on the 5th floor in the late 70's to early 80's.