One again HAR provides us a glimpse at someone's art collection in their real estate photos. The house at 1535 Milford, designed by Natalye Appel, is for sale. Swamplot reported on it, which tipped me off to the art collection within.
The picture by the staircase is Fanny by Chuck Close--but not the original, which is huge. Did Close produce smaller-scale prints of it?
There is another small-sized Chuck Close image in the house, his portrait Phil (of Philip Glass). The original was painted in 1969, but he has returned to it several times since. Those are the only two pieces I recognize.
But we may assume the owners have a thing for portraits, because this room has a striking large-scale frontal portrait.
The bedrooms also have some pieces of art, but nothing I recognize.
And these five phones on the wall below surely aren't functional. I assume they are a piece of artwork or at least meant to be decorative.
One Swamplot commenter said, "They need to dial-down the phony décor." Which raises the question, is this actually someone's art collection? Or is this a bunch of stuff hung up by the realtor to make the property look attractive? I don't know. I leave that to you readers. Does anyone know who owns this house? Is this their artwork? Can you identify any of the pieces shown?