Photography: Artists in their studios

 

1968
Robert Rauschenberg and Brice Marden

381 Lafayette Street
NYC
1968
Photo: Henri Cartier-Bresson
Beverly Pepper
Todi, Italy
1975
Photo: Ban Budnick
Upper West Side
NYC
ca. 1916
Photos: Underwood & Underwood
Grant Wood
5 Turner Alley
1931
Photo: John W. Barry
John Storrs
854 1/2 North State Street,
Chicago
1933
Photo: Unknown
Chaim Gross
Queens
NYC
1939
Photo: Peter A. Juley & Son
Robert Boardman Howard
San Francisco
1939
Photo: Unknown
Eugenie Gershoy
145 West 14th Street
NYC
1940
Photo: Max Yavno
Yasuo Kuniyoshi
30 East 14th Street
NYC
1940
Photo: Max Yavno
Alexander Calder
Roxbury, Connecticut
1960
Photo: Unknown
Voltri, Italy
1962
Photo: Ugo Mulas
85 Fourth Avenue
NYC
1952
Photo: Kay Bell Reynal
Marcel Duchamp
210 West 14th Street
NYC
1952
Photo: Kay Bell Reynal

Hans Hofmann
53 East Ninth Street
NYC
1952
Photo: Kay Bell Reynal
Saul Steinberg
NYC
1959
Photo: Inge Morath
Marky Mark Rothko
West 53rd Street
NYC
1952
Photo: Kay Bell Reynal
Lee Krasner
1962
Photo: Hans Namuth
N.C. Wyeth
Denver, Colorado
1904
Photo: Unknown
Violet Oakley
Red Rose Inn
Villanova, Pennsylvania
1902
Photo: Unknown
Sam Francis
Fitzsimmons Army Hospital
Denver, Colorado
1944
Photo: Unknown
Nickolas Mury
120 MacDougal Street
Greenwich Village
NYC
ca. 1920
Photo: Nickolas Mury
Andrew Warhola
231 East 47th Street
NYC
Photo: Ugo Mulas
(Assistants Philip Fagan and Gerard Malanga
are the goofs in the background.)
All images from the book:
“Artists in Their Studios:
Images from the Smithsonian’s Archive of American Art”
by Liza Kirwin with Joan Lord
2007
via Mondoblogo

 

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