studios of famous painters

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and a drawer

vernon ah kee
Wonderful Vernon Ah Kee in his “rented house” studio

Watch a fantastic short film by silver screen pictures about Vernon and his studio. If I was doing this project, I would CHOOSE Vernon. Not only a space to draw for him…a place to cook, eat, be with his family. Large spaces…light and dark. Storage..so much needed. Collections and libraries of material. What might he need and what might he want in his wildest dreams. I could even write and ask him! I LOVE him.

renoir

August Renoir’s Studio
Photograph by “jonjholl”
at www. flickr.com

Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso photographed in his Cannes Studio, 1956
Photograph by Arnold Newman/Getty Images

bourgois

Louise Bourgeois’s Brooklyn Studio, 1995
Photograph by Peter Bellamy

warhol

Andy Warhol and cohorts in New York Studio, c. 1960’s
unknown photography source
http://flavorwire.com/315928/andy-warhols-best-advice-about-art/

cezanne

Paul Cezanne’s Studio in Aix en Provence, first constructed in 1901
unknown photography source
from http://www.artistsandillustrators.co.uk

rockwell

Norman Rockwell’s original Stockbridge studio.
Photograph by Brownie Harris.

bacon

Francis Bacon’s Studio, London
Photograph by Perry Ogden

pollock

Jackson Pollock’s Long Island Studio, c. 1950’s
Interestingly, this photograph is from Joe Fig’s homage miniature of Jackson in his studio…but is widely shown as the REAL thing

rivieraandkahlo

Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo outside their studio’s c. 1920’s
unknown photography source

kahlo

Frida Kahlo in her Mexican Studio, c. 1920’s
unknown photography source

dovid hockney

David Hockney’s Studio, 1984
unknown photography source

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