How the studios of famous artists looked like?

These studios of famous artists can give a good insight of themselves

How much time in a day, or in a year an artist spends in his/her studio? Well, obviously there is no definite answer to that, but we can easily assume that it’s high. True that an artist may want or like to paint in an outside location from time to time, but it’s almost certain they all have a studio of some kind. Studios for the artists are like a church to a priest, as well as like the Wall Street building to stock brokers. There, they meditate for inspiration and turn them into a unique contribution to the art. So, how did the studios of famous artists look like? Were they too messy or well arranged? Were they looked very mechanical or as artistic as their work? The photos below will answer all those questions.

Yue Minjun
Yue Minjun Famous Artists

Yannima Tommy Watson paints in his country near Alice Springs
Yannima Tommy Watson paints in his country near Alice Springs Famous Artists

Salvador Dali
Salvador Dali Famous Artists

Roy Lichtenstein
Roy Lichtenstein Famous Artists

Ron Mueck
Ron Mueck Famous Artists

Phil Akashi
Phil Akashi Famous Artists

Paul Cezanne
Paul Cezanne Famous Artists

Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso Famous Artists

Markus Lupertz
Markus Lupertz Famous Artist

Mark Chagall
Mark Chagall Famous Artists

Laurie Lipton
Laurie Lipton Famous Artists

Keith Haring
Keith Haring Famous Artist

Joan Miro
Joan Miro Famous Artists

Jenny Saville
Jenny Saville Famous Artists

Jackson Pollock
Jackson Pollock Famous Artist

Hans Hartung
Hans Hartung Famous Artists

Gustave Clarence Rodolphe Boulanger
Gustave Clarence Rodolphe Boulanger Famous Artists

Georgia O’keeffe
Georgia O’keeffe Famous Artist

Frida Kahlo
Frida Kahlo Famous Artist

Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon Famous Artist

Edvard Munch
Edvard Munch Famous Artist

David Lynch
David Lynch Famous Artist

Claude Monet
Claude Monet Famous Artist

Auguste Rodin
Auguste Rodin Famous Artist

Alexander Calder
Alexander Calder Famous Artist

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