Line Juhl Hansen/danish artist in her studio... I want to have a space like this to paint and paint and paint

textures shapes and color: Let’s Visit a Studio in Denmark! the studio of Danish artist and architect Line Juhl Hansen.

Atelier de peintre

Somewhere with a lot of natural light.Love this art studio. I dream of painting in a high-ceilinged big-windowed space like this. Oh swoon!

in background, left

edeani: Spent a lovely morning with my buddy Elle Luna at her studio back in April, drinking coffee, catching up, and making some photos for The Great Discontent, Issue One.

Jenny Saville - on the subject of the flesh and fecundity...

Jenny Saville - on the subject of the flesh and fecundity. How on earth does her tiny person manage to render on such a vast scale?

Gisèle d'Ailly Waterschoot van der Gracht   -  ( Publisher & Artist, Apartment, Amsterdam Centrum )

Gisèle d’Ailly van Waterschoot van der Gracht

Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof’s His and Hers Synagogues - The New York Times

Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof’s His and Hers Synagogues

Painter Pat Passlof lives in a former synagogue that’s around the corner from the one her husband, artist Milton Resnick, lived and worked i.

Anna McNeil   http://magazine.saatchiart.com/articles/artnews/saatchi-art-news/inside-the-studio-saatchi-art-news/anna-mcneil

Inside the Studio: Anna McNeil

Helen Frankenthaler and John Chamberlain - an Appraisal - The New York Times

Helen Frankenthaler and John Chamberlain - an Appraisal

The painter Helen Frankenthaler and the sculptor John Chamberlain, who died within a week of each other, both brought a new, unfettered approach to their materials.

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Helen Frankenthaler with Alexander Liberman, in her studio, New York City, Ph: Dan Budnick.

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I love these stunning photographs of Helen Frankenthaler amongst her paintings in her New York City studio. Photographed by Gordon Parks for LIFE magazine ca. And here she is at work, photographed by Ernst Haas in her studio in 1969

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Dear Judith Bernstock, You were one of my favorite Art History professors at Cornell. Mainly because until I took your class, all the art history I’d studied consisted of staring at Greek vas…

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