vrijdag, november 29, 2013

Eugène Delacroix #4


Koen Broucke: Het Atelier van Eugene Delacroix. (bron: Lost Painters)

Koen Broucke #2


Atelier Koen Broucke. (bron: Panoramio, foto: Peter Menke)


This is artist Koen Broucke's atelier. It's exactly what you would imagine an artist's studio to look like. (bron: Chicken Rhythm)

Koen Broucke


Koen Broucke: The Studio, 2006.








(bron: Koen Broucke)

> Koen Broucke

Eugène Delacroix #3


Ed. Renard: L'atelier Delacroix rue Notre-Dame de Lorette, 1852 (bron: wikimedia, collectie: Brown University)

donderdag, november 28, 2013

artists in the world: Roland Sohier, Walter Dahn


Roland Sohier, Groningen.


Roland Sohier, Utrecht.


Walter Dahn, Cologne. (bron: artisisintheworld)

artists in the world: Marjolijn van den Assem, Maurice Braspenning, Ossip, Philip Akkerman, Roger Raveel


Marjolijn van den Assem, Rotterdam.


Maurice Braspenning, Leiden.


Ossip, The Hague.


Philip Akkerman, Den Haag.


Roger Raveel, Machelen aan de Leie. (bron: artistsintheworld)

artists in the world: Franz Ackermann, Helga Kos, Kenny Scharf, Luc Tuymans, Marc Bijl


Franz Ackermann, Berlin.


Helga Kos, Amsterdam.




Kenny Scharf, New York.




Luc Tuymans, Antwerp.


Marc Bijl, Berlin. (bron: artistsintheworld)

artists in the world: Aldo van den Broek, Armando, Carla Klein, Eduard Bezembinder, Frank Halmans


Aldo van den Broek, Oranienbaum.


Armando, Potsdam.


Carla Klein, Rotterdam.


Eduard Bezembinder, Groningen.


Frank Halmans, Bunnik. (bron: artistsintheworld)

dinsdag, november 26, 2013

Hundertwasser #2


Moon over the former atelier of Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Graben, Vienna. (bron: Panoramio)

maandag, november 25, 2013

Jim Dine #6


Jim Dine: Studio Ceiling,


Jim Dine: Painting Studio Corner.


Jim Dine: Painting Studio Door. (bron: Ordinary/Extraordinary)

Jim Dine #5


Jim Dine: The Studio (Red Devil Color Chart No. 1), 1963.

Jim Dine #4


Jim Dine: My Studio #One/The Vagaries of Painting/These are sadder pictures, 1978. (bron: Walker Art Center)

vrijdag, november 22, 2013

Oskar Kokoschka #3


Oskar Kokoschka at work in his studio, 1961. (bron: gettyimages)


Oskar Kokoschka looking out over the Moldova, from the balcony of his studio in Prague, in the background Charles Bridge, 1936. (bron: museum-exhibitions.com)

Oskar Kokoschka #2


Oskar Kokoschka: Self-Portrait at the Easel, 1922.


Oskar Kokoschka: The Painter II (Painter and Model II), 1923. (bron: museum-exhibitions.com)

"Oskar Kokoschka - Mensen en beesten", grote overzichtstentoonstelling te zien t/m 19 januari in Museum Boijmans in Rotterdam. (hk)

Lost Painters Atelierbezoek


Atelierbezoeken bij Lost Painters. (hk)

Pablo Picasso #14


Robert Zandvliet: L'atelier de 'La Californie' à Cannes, 2009. (bron: Art Cologne)

Michiel Hogenboom




Where The Sun hits the Sky. Preview: schilderijen voor het NKI-AVL Ziekenhuis in Amsterdam. (bron: Michiel Hogenboom)

Ina van Zyl, Koen Vermeule, Michiel Hogenboom, Natasja Kensmil, Ronald Ophuis


Atelier van Ina van Zyl, Amsterdam, 2008.


Atelier van Koen Vermeule, Amsterdam, 2008.


Atelier van Natasja Kensmil, Amsterdam, 2008.


Atelier van Ronald Ophuis, Amsterdam, 2008.

Michiel Hogenboom (van We Like Art) maakt atelierfilmpjes. Zonder de kunstenaar dan. Dat levert een blik in hoe een kunstenaar zijn werk maakt en dat ook bekendere namen als Ina van Zyl en Ronald Ophuis ook niet alle luxe van de wereld hebben. (bron: Lost Painters)


atelier van Michiel Hogenboom, Amsterdam 2008.

> Ina van Zyl
> Koen Vermeule
> Michiel Hogenboom
> Natasja Kensmil
> Ronald Ophuis

Philip Akkerman








Philip Akkerman in zijn atelier. Stills uit de aflevering van Hollandese Meesters. (bron: RTV N-H Uitzending gemist)

> Philip Akkerman

donderdag, november 21, 2013

Thomas Schütte #2


Thomas Schütte in his Düsseldorf studio. (bron: The Independent)

> Thomas Schütte

woensdag, november 20, 2013

maandag, november 18, 2013

N C Wyeth #4

"This historic photo shows the studio in Wyeth's time. It was kept intact fortunately, so all the props, costumes, and references are still there.

There are ship models, death masks of Lincoln and Beethoven (his favorite composer), a gun collection, horse ecorches, an authentic birchbark canoe, a native American drum, a skull with a bowler hat, saddles, and a lantern slide projector, which he used for projecting up his preliminary drawings.

His large handheld palette, kept intact from the day from the day he died, seemed to contain (as near as I could tell from looking at it): white, cadmium yellow light, cadmium yellow deep, yellow ochre, raw sienna, cadmium red, alizarin crimson, Venetian red, burnt sienna, raw umber, burnt umber, ultramarine blue, viridian green, and black."


"This drawing by a teenage Andrew Wyeth shows N.C. at work, with the light conditioned by drapes dangled from the window.

The studio wasn't electrified until 1923, so until then he could only work by daylight. Once they brought in power, Wyeth installed a state-of-the-art artificial lighting system of twelve 200-watt light bulbs, most of which are still working." (bron: Gurney Journey)