Julian Schnabel seen the first time with baby

Celebrated painter and movie director Julian Schnabel (70) has been caught walking for the first time with a child he recently had with his younger wife

Apr 5, 2022 - 13:28
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Julian Schnabel seen the first time with baby

She fascinated him so much that he started believing in love again for the rest of his life.

Celebrated painter and movie director Julian Schnabel (70) has been caught walking for the first time these days with a child he recently had with his younger wife, Louise Kugelberg. Louise, who is 30 years old, did not take a smile off her face during the walk, and the paparazzi noticed everything.

A painter, he almost never talks about his private life, and he doesn't even have a profile on social networks. Also, the public still does not know whether they got a boy or a girl.

Although he was married twice, he himself admitted that he ran away from obligations and marriage like the devil from the cross. "I got married because that's the way it should be, but I never felt overly happy about it. Until I met Louise. That's when things changed," he said on one occasion.

Ever since he divorced for the second time, in 2010, he vowed never to get attached again, but then Louise walked into his life.

The artist was in his first marriage to designer Jacqueline and had three children, and after they divorced, he stood in front of the altar with Spanish actress Olatz López, with whom he had twins.

He rarely talks about his relationship with Louise, they keep their privacy away from the media, and only their small circle of friends knows the details of their lives.

Apart from his work, the public also knows Julian for his friendship with artist Andy Warhol, with whom he collaborated on several projects. He entered the film industry in the 90s and worked on several celebrated films.

In the 1980s, he received international attention for his "plate paintings" — with broken ceramic plates set onto large-scale paintings. Since the 1990s, he has been a proponent of independent arthouse cinema. Schnabel directed Before Night Falls, which became Javier Bardem's breakthrough Academy Award-nominated role, and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, which was nominated for four Academy Awards.