Artist and Studio
Painter Pat Passlof lives in a former synagogue that’s around the corner from the one her husband, artist Milton Resnick, lived and worked in until his death. NYT article  Photo: Alice Sebrell

Painter Pat Passlof lives in a former synagogue that’s around the corner from the one her husband, artist Milton Resnick, lived and worked in until his death. NYT article  Photo: Alice Sebrell

artists at work

Milton Resnick (1917-2004) in his Broadway studio

A major abstract expressionist painter and teacher known for his mystical, abstract and figurative paintings. W

Milton Resnick (1917-2004) in his Broadway studio

A major abstract expressionist painter and teacher known for his mystical, abstract and figurative paintings. W
studio of Aaron Nagel

studio of Aaron Nagel

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Edward J. Steichen photo of Brancusi’s Studio, 1920

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Edward J. Steichen photo of Brancusi’s Studio, 1920

Belgian artist Mieke Teirlinck

Belgian artist Mieke Teirlinck

Jenny Saville at her Brewer Street studio

Jenny Saville at her Brewer Street studio

Eva Hess

Eva Hess

Alberto Giacometti

Alberto Giacometti

The Tenth Street Studio Building, constructed in New York City in 1857, was the first modern facility designed solely to serve the needs of artists. It became the center of the New York art world for the remainder of the nineteenth century. 

The building helped to make Greenwich Village central to the arts in New York City, drawing artists from all over the country to work, exhibit, and sell their art. Winslow Homer and many artists of the Hudson River School, including Frederic Church, Lockwood de Forest and Albert Bierstadt, had studios there.

In 1879 William Merritt Chase moved into the main gallery. Chase’s studio in particular represented the sophisticated taste which came to characterize the building.   Wikipedia

De Kooning in his studio, with a bottle of safflower oil and bowls of paint on his worktable, 1971. Photo Dan Budnik.

De Kooning in his studio, with a bottle of safflower oil and bowls of paint on his worktable, 1971. Photo Dan Budnik.