With all of its stiff upper lips and even stiffer hairdos, it can be hard to remember that the Upper East Side has long been a haunt of artists. To wit: Andy Warhol, Richard Avedon and Lillian Bassman.
Now, it’s still a popular space for working artists, but they had better be amazingly successful working artists if they hope to buy a studio/living space in the neighborhood. The carriage house and studio of fine art and fashion photographer Lillian Bass, who died last February at age 94, has sold in less than a month for its full $14.9 million asking price. Read More