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Gertrude Stein sitting for Jo Davidson, photographed by Man Ray for Vanity Fair, c. 1922.

Gertrude Stein posing for Jo Davidson / photo by Man Ray 1922

Painter Elaine de Kooning working on John F Kennedy painting in Manhattan studio, 1964, New York, NY. Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, LIFE.

Painter Elaine de Kooning working on John F Kennedy painting in Manhattan studio, New York, NY. Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, LIFE. In 1962 Elaine de Kooning was commissioned to paint a portrait of President John F. Kennedy to be hung in the.

Claude Monet in 1923.

Claude Monet standing next to paintings from his Water Lilies series, 1923 © Dana Keller

Edvard Munch in his open-air studio in Ekely…    Munch lived and worked for 28 years at Ekely, in Oslo, until his death at the age of 80, on January 23, 1944.    Only his winter studio remains; today it is rented out to artists.

Edvard Munch in his open-air studio in Ekely. He lived and worked for 28 years at Ekely, in Oslo, until his death at the age of on January Only his winter studio remains; today it is rented out to artists.

The world of physics has recently given major props to the work of Jackson Pollock, revealing that a painting technique some might dismiss as "random" was actually an in-depth, intuitive study of "certain features of fluid dynamics years before physicists thought to study them". In honor of his newfound scientific célébrité, here are my favorite Pollock-It-Yourself Apartment Therapy posts…

Jackson Pollock: Painter, Physicist, Pioneer

American artist Georgia O'keeffe, at her ranch home John Loengard 1966 - my favorite portrait of her

American artist Georgia O'keeffe, at her ranch home John Loengard 1966 - my favorite portrait of her

∞ Joan Miró on His House Roof, Montroig, Spain | The Art Institute of Chicago

Irving Penn Painter Joan Miró on the Roof of His House, Montroig, Spain, 1948 “I try to apply colors like words that shape poems, like notes that shape music.

John Singer Sargent: Painting Madame X

John Singer Sargent and his painting of Virginie Amélie Gautreau, 'Madame X'.

Gerard Stricher’s studio

Gerard Stricher working in his studio. Love his work.looks like he's almost sculpting his paint.

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