A good studio for an artist is a very important place. Our creative studios might sometimes look like a pile of rubbish or a mixed-up room, but this is where great creations are born!

Take a look at this collection of the greatest artists and their most intimate working places – their studios. I bet that you've seen lots of their works in museums and art history books, but the artist himself, and his studio, is often left unseen.

All these photos are intentionally mixed up – you will find both very famous and somewhat less popular painters, sculptors, architects and even their Muses. Some of them are contemporary, but you will also find genius classical masters as well.

Enjoy the collection!

#1 Claude Monet

Claude Monet

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CarlosGonzales 1 year ago

When was this taken? The couch looks 1980's St. Vinny's.

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#2 Laurie Lipton

Laurie Lipton

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AmandaBrown 1 year ago

Love her- amazing work xx

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#3 Pablo Picasso

In his studio with Brigitte Bardot during the 1956 International Cannes film festival.

Pablo Picasso

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VikiBanaszak 1 year ago

I wish I had a space like that!

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#4 Hans Hartung

Hans Hartung

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sundaes66 1 year ago

Love this studio

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#5 Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali

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InesTropea 1 year ago

Para aquellos a los que les gusta lo onírico y subrealista

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#6 Phil Akashi

Phil Akashi

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MicheleRiesenmey 1 year ago

j'aime ces répétitions....

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#8 Keith Haring

Keith Haring

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LarryLawson 1 year ago

As an art student at BSU in 1977, on a class trip to Cinncinatti Museum of Art, a few friends and I met Andy at an area pub. Yes, he was koo

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#9 Jackson Pollock

Jackson Pollock

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P.BruxFHell 1 year ago

Jackson!!! You dropped paint on the floor again!! Come clean your friggin' mess up!!!

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#12 Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon

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SueIngham 1 year ago

How does one live in such chaos and produce such incredible art?

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#13 Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo

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P.BruxFHell 1 year ago

And you can visit her studios on both her former homes. Just as she left them when she passed away.

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#14 Joan Miro

Joan Miro

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LorraineOchsner 1 year ago

Wonderful space . . Wonderful art

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#15 Auguste Rodin

Auguste Rodin

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ClotildeBoulange 1 year ago

let's never forget Camille Claudel...

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#18 Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder

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cest_nayce 1 year ago

man this guy got me in trouble in 1st year of design i had to make a mobile and it was so crappy i was ashamed of presenting it

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#19 Ron Mueck

Ron Mueck

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SahirSantiago 1 year ago

looks like a hospital

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#20 Edvard Munch

Edvard Munch

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EriLeka 1 year ago

great man

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#21 David Lynch

David Lynch

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DavidReeby 1 year ago

Apparently Mr. Lynch is inspired by Francis bacon...

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#22 Jenny Saville

Jenny Saville

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1 year ago

Identifying. Fav. Yep.

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#23 Mark Chagall

Mark Chagall

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IamaMaughanster 1 year ago

He reminds me a bit of Gene Wilder

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#24 Markus Lupertz

Markus Lupertz

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VikiBanaszak 1 year ago

It is good to know I am not the only one who works in clutter

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#25 Georgia O’keeffe

Georgia O’keeffe

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AnhTon 1 year ago

Wow, how neat!

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