Τετάρτη, 13 Μαρτίου 2013

ΖΩΓΡΑΦΟΙ ΣΤΑ ΕΡΓΑΣΤΗΡΙΑ ΤΟΥΣ



Joan Miro in his studio, 1955. Photo by Mark Shaw.




Henri Matisse with his model Wilma Javor, 1939, Photo by George Brassaï.





Andre Derain 





André Malraux préparant chez lui l’iconographie de son “musée imaginaire” 





Auguste Rodin’s workshop, 1900. The Thinker.




Claude Monet in his atelier in Giverny, 1920 





Constantin Brancusi's studio 





David Hockney at work in his studio





Diego Rivera, Mexico City, 1948 by Gisèle Freund





Edvard Munch.



Francis Bacon, photographed by Francis Giacobetti




Frida Kahlo in studio




Georges Braque, rue d'Orsel





Henri Matisse's studio




Hermann Nitsch working on Painting Action, 2011




Jackson Pollock 



James Ensor's 




Joan Miro’s Studio, Mallorca, Spain.





Lucian Freud and Leigh Bowery in Lucian Freud’s studio, Bruce Bernard, 1992






Pablo Picasso, Self-portrait, Rue Schoelcher, 1915 Paris





Pierre Bonnard's Atelier by Brassaï 1946




Salvador Dali, painting The Temptation of Saint Anthony





Tamara de Lempicka





Francis Bacon by Cecil Beaton



Constantin Brancusi's studio, 11 Impasse Ronsin, Paris, 1956




Toulouse-Lautrec in his studio photographed by Maurice Guibert




Picasso by Sanford Roth




In Aristide Maillol’s studio, Paris-Marly, 1936.
Photo: by Brassaï
 





"As long as the human body is considered a sentimental or expressive value in painting, no evolution in pictures of people will be possible”. Fernand Léger
Photo: Robert Doisneau " Fernand Léger dans Ses Oeuvres" 1954





Marc Chagall with a child in front of “King David”
Photo by Felix H. Man
 





Atelier Jean-Claude Barreault by Mark Arbeit, 1994




Camille Claudel et Jessie Lipscomb dans leur atelier du N° 117 de la rue Notre-Dame-des-Champs, Photo by William Elborne in 1887.





Joan Miró in his workshop. Foto by Francesc Català-Roca (1973)




Matisse en agosto de 1949 trabajando en los dibujos para La Capilla del Rosario. Fotografiado por Robert Capa en su apartamento del Hotel Niza 






Henri Matisse, Hotel Regina, Nice, Avril 15, 1950. On wall portions of what will become "Les Betes de la mer". These drawings can still be seen.






Matisse in his studio with his model Micaela AVOGADRO, Vence, 1944 by Henri Cartier-Bresson




Sabine Weiss, "Alberto Giacometti in 1954".



Robert Doisneau "Giacometti dans son atelier" 




Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) in 1904 by Emile Bernard.





Robert Doisneau, Picasso et Francoise Gilot, 1952



Blind Sculptor Scapigni with an Unfinished Bust of Himself, 1931, Photo: André Kertész 





Henri Matisse by Robert Capa 






Marino MARINI, in his studio on one of his horses. Milan- Italy, 1952 by Herbert List.




Yves Klein, Making “Fire Paintings” at the Centre d’Essais du Gaz de France, Paris, 1961.





Andy Warhol working on Tomato Soup Print, 1968





Anshelm Kiefer




Antoni Tapies' Studio




Aristide Maillol at work, Ile de France, 1932 by Brassaï





Auguste Rodin, 1905





George Grey Barnard working on his sculpture Lincoln in thought, ca. 1915. 




Edvard Munch, self portrait, atelier of Skrubben, Krageo, 1909-1910 




Edward and Jo Hopper, 1964 





Francis Picabia in his studio c.1910-1915




Lam Qua, one of the most famous Chinese artists resident in Hong Kong in the 1870s. Taken by John Thomson around 1872. 




Willem de Kooning in his studio, 1952






Le Corbusier painting a mural at the villa E. 1027, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France, summer 1939. The photograph appears in Nicholas Fox Weber’s biography of Le Corbusier and in Phaidon’s Le Corbusier Le Grand.




Camille Pissarro in his studio at Eragny, about 1897.\







Claude Monet in front of his paintings ‘The Waterlilies’ in his studio at Giverny 1920.




Paul Klee in his studio Bauhaus in Weimar, 1922, photograph (detail) by Felix Klee.





Pierre-Auguste Renoir in his studio c.1910
Renoir (1841-1919), suffered from severe rheumatoid arthritis for the last 25 years of his life. Looking at his paintings, it is easy to forget that the Impressionist master suffered from the increasingly debilitating disease. Easels with pulleys and brushes strapped to his deformed fingers were some of the devices that Renoir had to employ to keep painting. Despite the deforming effects of the disease, he continued to paint and produced more than 400 paintings.




Piet Mondrian, Paris 1937, by Rogi André.




Lucian Freud, 2001. Photo by David Dawson.





Henri Rousseau, Paris, c.1900.





Gustav Klimt's studio in Vienna, with two unfinished paintings, 1918.



Gustave Boulanger vers 1888 - Photographie attribuée à Auguste Giraudon. 





Lucian Freud in his studio with David Hockney, 2002, photo by David Dawson.






Robert Rauschenberg in his studio. Photography by Hans Namuth, Florida 1971




Frida Kahlo painting her father Guillermo who was a photographer, Mexico-City 1951.




Fernand Leger, Paris 1954. Photo by Mark Shaw. 



Isamu Noguchi working on “MU,” sculpture for Garden at Shin Banraisha at Keio University, Tokyo, Japan, 1950. 




Barbara Hepworth carving Head, 1930



Aristide Maillol avec La Montagne, 1936.




Monet in his studio with the Duke of Treviso looking at the "Luncheon on the Grass" in 1920.



Henri Matisse in his studio in Paris, 1913, photo by Edward Steichen
. 



George Grosz painting his Hitler in Hell, 1944.





Georges Jules Victor Clairin vers 1887. Photographie d’Émile Bénard.





Marcel Duchamp's studio, 1917.




Raoul Dufy



Edvard Munch 




Adolph Weinman at work, ca. 1906, photo by James Hare.




Auguste Rodin's Studio in 1884, Camille Claudel (1864-1943) posing for Rodin (1840-1917).




Gustav Klimt in his studio garden. on Josefstaedter Strasse in Vienna, circa 1912.





Egon Schiele in his studio in Hietzinger Haupt-Strasse in 1915.



Bruce Nauman in his studio in Galisteo-New Mexico.




Dado (Miodrag Đurić) in his studio, Paris 2007, Photo by Martine Franck 




Vladimir Velickovic, Paris 2010, Photo Martine Franck





Max Ernst 1965 by Yousuf Karsh.





René Magritte posing in front of his work Attempting the Impossible, 1928





Pierre Bonnard dans son atelier, 1944 par Henri Cartier Bresson



Teodora Blanco with her creations in clay. Santa Maria Atzompa, Oaxaca, Mexico.





Irma Garcia Blanco (daughter of Teodora) stands between two of her creations in clay. Santa Maria Atzompa, Oaxaca, Mexico.


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