In David Remnick’s really great, and very long, profile of Bruce Springsteen, there’s a moment where The New Yorker editor visits the Boss’s manager, Jon Landau, at his home in Westchester. Mr. Remnick writes:
Landau has been getting a healthy cut of the Springsteen business for more than thirty years. The profits did not go up his nose; they went on the walls. His art collection (mainly Renaissance painting and sculpture, with some nineteenth-century French painting thrown into the mix) is what is called “important.” At the risk of alarming his insurance company, I can report the presence of works by, among others, Titian, Tintoretto, Tiepolo, Donatello, Ghiberti, Géricault, Delacroix, Corot, and Courbet.
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