10 Famous Artists’ Stunning Studios


Leonardo da Vinci once said, “An artist’s studio should be a small space because small rooms discipline the mind and large ones distract it.” An interesting concept, but does it necessarily hold true centuries later? With that in mind, we thought we’d take a look at some of the most inspiring ateliers of some of the world’s most famous artists. From Picasso’s spacious studio on the French Riviera that was both his home and the hub of his social life to Georgia O’Keeffe’s beloved Ghost Ranch in New Mexico where she could work both inside and out, click through to check out some of the most spectacular creative spaces in the world. Let us know in the comments which you’d most love to work in!

Georgia O’Keefe’s studio – Abiquiu, New Mexico

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Willem de Kooning’s studio – East Hampton, New York

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Alexander Calder’s home studio – Paris, France


Pablo Picasso’s atelier – Cannes, France

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Louise Bourgeois’ home studio – Chelsea, New York

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Roy Lichtenstein’s studio – Southhampton, New York

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Paul Cézanne’s studio – Aix-en-Provence, France

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Mark Rothko’s studio – East Hampton, New York

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Jackson Pollock’s studio – East Hampton, New York

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David Hockney’s studio – Bedford Corners, New York

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