A good studio for an artist is a very important place. Creative studios might sometimes look like a pile of rubbish or a mixed-up room, but this is where famous artists paintings are born! Take a look at this assemblage of the greatest artists and their most intimate working places – their studios. I bet that you’ve seen lots of their works in museums and art history books, but the artist himself, and his studio, is often left unseen.

76Dezső Korniss


77Louise Nevelson


78Yue Minjun


79Roy Lichtenstein


80Francis Bacon


81Edvard Munch


82Georgia O’keeffe


83Phil Akashi


84Grant Wood


85Jean-Michel Basquiat


86Shirin Neshat


87Ernest Ludwig Kirchner


88Neale Howells


89Chuck Close


90Jean Tinguely


91Antony Gormley


92Mr. Paul


93Alexandra Rouard


94Allen Jones


95Kees Van Dongen


96Francesco Clemente


97Ian Davenport


98M. F. Husain


99Emily Kame Kngwarreye


100Gerhard Richter

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