Artists' Studios

 William Merritt Chase (1846-1916)'s studio:

Above, The Tenth Street Studio, William Merritt Chase, c. 1880

Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968)'s studio:

John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) in his studio:

James McNeill Whistler(1834-1903), in his studio:


home before dark said...

Now this was fun! Who today is painting beautiful, intimate, glorious interiors?


home- And also, who today is painting IN beautiful, intimate, glorious interiors? Painting is messy business! It amazes me how these studios look like actual living spaces!

Jill said...

I was able to see the artist studio of Annabel Livermore...it wasn't at all what I was expecting.

These are truly inspiring.

improper miss said...

my guess is more studios look like francis bacon's.. http://www.hughlane.ie/francis_bacons_studio.php?type=About&heading=Artist%92s+Materials&rsno=1

these do look like living spaces!


Improper miss- thanks for the francis bacon link! You're probably right, too. Definitely more along the lines of what I think of when someone says the words "artist's studio".

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