Achille Devéria, Self-Portrait (“a l’air fatal”) 1830
Ferdinand Hodler (well known 19th century Swiss painter) in his studio.
French Impressionist Gustave Caillebotte with his brother Martial.
Martial was a photographer and composer. Both men inherited a fortune from their father, enabling them to pursue their respective passions throughout life.
Sarah Thibault in her studio
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Portrait class, 1901.
palette of Agnes Cecile
Juan Miro working on a plaster sculpture in his studio in Montroig
Yayoi Kusama, Self-Obliteration by Dots (detail), 1968, performance, documented with black-and-white photographs by Hal Reif.
Alexander Calder (1898–1976) with his dogs in Roxbury, Connecticut, ca. 1960. Calder’s first creations, aged 11, were a tiny dog and a duck that he gave to his parents as Christmas presents.
Archives of American Art