These were taken at the artist studio behind the Hotel Baudy in Giverny, France -- right down the street from Claude Monet's famous home and water lily garden.

These were taken at the artist studio behind the Hotel Baudy in Giverny, France -- right down the street from Claude Monet's famous home and water lily garden.

PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR    Discover the glorious groves that inspired the Impressionist master’s final years    WHERE?    Avenue Jean Mermoz, Cagnes-sur-Mer, France Almost hauntingly beautiful, Les Collettes – Renoir’s former house in Cagnes-sur-Mer – is enclosed by olive and citrus groves and affords stunning rustic views of the surrounding countryside.

PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR Discover the glorious groves that inspired the Impressionist master’s final years WHERE? Avenue Jean Mermoz, Cagnes-sur-Mer, France Almost hauntingly beautiful, Les Collettes – Renoir’s former house in Cagnes-sur-Mer – is enclosed by olive and citrus groves and affords stunning rustic views of the surrounding countryside.

In the early 1960s Abstract Expressionist Willem de Kooning and his wife, Elaine, also an artist, decided to move to East Hampton, New York, where they had on occasion been weekend guests of Jackson Pollock.  This photo, part of a spread in Architectural Digest, shows the organized chaos of this artist’s workplace, and his approach to painting.

Famous Artists: What the Studio Tells

In the early 1960s Abstract Expressionist Willem de Kooning and his wife, Elaine, also an artist, decided to move to East Hampton, New York, where they had on occasion been weekend guests of Jackson Pollock. This photo, part of a spread in Architectural Digest, shows the organized chaos of this artist’s workplace, and his approach to painting.

Morandi's painting studio, with his easel and table where he would set out the objects for a still-life composition. On the left you can see is a door with a window, a source of natural light.  Photo © Serena Mignani

Master of Still-Life Bottles

Morandi's painting studio, with his easel and table where he would set out the objects for a still-life composition. On the left you can see is a door with a window, a source of natural light. Photo © Serena Mignani

LA CUISINE DE L'ARTISTE (voir la vue large sur la photo suivante) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

LA CUISINE DE L'ARTISTE (voir la vue large sur la photo suivante) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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