Artist and Studio
Samantha French

Samantha French

Ouattara Watts met artist Jean-Michel Basquiat in 1988 and at Basquiat’s invitation, Watts came to New York City, within a year he had a show at L.A.’s Marilyn Butler Gallery.   via  Photo and text by Robert Lakow

Ouattara Watts met artist Jean-Michel Basquiat in 1988 and at Basquiat’s invitation, Watts came to New York City, within a year he had a show at L.A.’s Marilyn Butler Gallery.   via  Photo and text by Robert Lakow

Kees van Dongen in his Paris studio, 1950-1952.  Photo: Jo Bokma

Kees van Dongen in his Paris studio, 1950-1952.  Photo: Jo Bokma

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Joel Daniel Phillps

Joel Daniel Phillps

Ellsworth Kelly in his studio, 2012.  Photo by James Tarmy

Ellsworth Kelly in his studio, 2012.  Photo by James Tarmy

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Marc Chagall with a model in his studio, 1955.   Photo by Mark Shaw.

Marc Chagall with a model in his studio, 1955.   Photo by Mark Shaw.

Kika Karadi’s “work — influenced by 1930s-40s horror films — has a powerful, mysterious presence, a juxtaposition of light and dark, combining to create form and structure. Her style is expressionist, Spartan, calling to mind Fritz Lang’s film “Metropolis.”  via  Photo and text by Robert Lakow

Kika Karadi’s “work — influenced by 1930s-40s horror films — has a powerful, mysterious presence, a juxtaposition of light and dark, combining to create form and structure. Her style is expressionist, Spartan, calling to mind Fritz Lang’s film “Metropolis.”  via  Photo and text by Robert Lakow

Charmaine Olivia at work

Charmaine Olivia at work

Jason Shawn Alexander in his studio. Photo: Kevin Knight

Jason Shawn Alexander in his studio. Photo: Kevin Knight

The studio of Tony Janello

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Sophie Matisse (Henri’s GG) in her studio. Photo by Andrea Artz

Sophie Matisse (Henri’s GG) in her studio. Photo by Andrea Artz

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Fernand Léger in his atelier, rue Notre-Dame-des-Champs, Paris, 1952 -by Étienne Ostier  [+]
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Fernand Léger in his atelier, rue Notre-Dame-des-Champs, Paris, 1952 -by Étienne Ostier  [+]

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