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I go to Paris, I go to London, I go to Rome, and I always say, ' There's no place like New York. My mother did proofreading and typing and stuff or her, and as part of her payment, I was able to take acting classes there on Saturdays when I was 10. That's it.' Robert De Niro My mother worked for a woman, Maria Ley-Piscator, who with her husband founded the Dramatic Workshop, which was connected to the New School.Robert De Niro When you make a drama, you spend all day beating a guy to death with a hammer, or what have you.Or, you have to take a bite out of somebody's face. No, wait, that’s my introduction for Osama bin Laden. The most exalted purveyor of cinematic art on the entire planet, Meryl Streep loves her craft almost as much as everyone else loves her craft.At the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s tribute to Streep last week, all manner of bright lights paid homage to her with volcanic spewings of admiration mixed with healthy smatterings of insouciance.
Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro built their legend by collaborating together in some of the greatest movies ever made, including "Taxi Driver," "Raging Bull," and "Goodfellas." And though they are always talking about working together again, De Niro has not starred in a Scorsese movie since 1995's "Casino." Finally, it looks like that will change.
Over the following decades, the artist persisted in his painterly style amidst the changing attitudes of the art world brought on by Pop Art and Minimalism.
De Niro’s early fame was short lived but he continued to be respected by critics and fellow artists throughout his career. In 2014, the artist’s son the award winning actor Robert De Niro debuted his film Remember the Artist: Robert De Niro, Sr., a documentary which is both a moving tribute and perceptive portrait of his father.
Influenced by the work of Henri Matisse, De Niro embraced the sumptuousness of early-20th-century French painting within a mellowed form of Abstract Expressionism.
“The whole idea of ‘action painting’ is foreign to me, and, I believe, detrimental to painting, which is what Leonardo called it, ‘a mental thing,’” the artist once explained.