Each one of them was extra-ordinary, their personalities unique and their painting styles different from each other, so how did their studios and ateliers look? Let’s take a glimpse into the epicenter of individualism and artistic creation, starting with Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall.
Salvador Dali’s favorite chair, his palette and some brushes, all located in his home in Cadaques/Catalonia:
Picasso in his studio in Cannes/France, 1956, with Brigitte Bardot (above), and a few of him solo (below).
From left to right: Marc Chagall 1942, Marc Chagall in his studio in Paris 1933
Marc Chagall in his studio 1955