The Soft, Warm Light of the WILLEM DE KOONING Estate

Willem and Elaine de Kooning acquired this property in the woods of East Hampton in 1961. After visiting Jackson Pollock’s eastern Long Island studio in 1948, De Kooning had fallen in love with the area, where the quality of light and proximity to the ocean brought back memories of his childhood in Holland.

Photography ROE ETHRIDGE — Fashion JODIE BARNES
Model NIMUE [email protected] MODELS

Hair DAVID VON [email protected]; make up LISA [email protected] HOWARD; photography assistant WILL ENGELHARDT; light design CHRIS BISAGNI; first assistant SAMUELE MARFIA; second assistant NICHOLAS J BROWN; production FELIX FRITH

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