HLF client Chuck Connelly Talks To Martin Scorsese in New York Post Feature
A recent New York Post feature about HLF client Chuck Connelly asks whether a negative quote regarding a movie from the famed tabloid’s Page Six column in 1989 led to the artists’ downfall. The renowned New York artist broke a quarter century of silence to discuss the impact that the article had on his relationship with famed movie director Martin Scorsese, and his career. In the Scorsese movie that was discussed, “New York Stories: Life Lessons,” Connelly is portrayed by actor Nick Nolte.
While Connelly may have been out of the public eye, he continued to paint. The Post feature quotes Joe Borelli, who owns the Chestnut Hill Gallery in Philadelphia, as saying these hidden pieces are worth millions.