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06 Mar 2017

11 estudios de artistas icónicos que lo inspirarán

El estudio de un artista es un lugar secreto y sagrado. Reflejando la manera de trabajar, las principales obsesiones y los ambientes que rodean las grandes obras de los artistas, conocer los estudios más icónicos es entrar en la mente de los artistas más innovadores, enigmáticos, rebeldes y conmovedores.

 

Hoy en iFreses le presenta los 11 estudios más icónicos de todos los tiempos. ¿Con cuál se identificas más?

 

  1. Monet

 

  1. Pollock

 

  1. Koons

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  1. Kahlo

 

  1. Lichtenstein

 

  1. Miró

 

 

  1. Picasso

 

Pablo Picasso with French model Bettina Graziani in his Cannes Villa, La Californie  1955 © 2001 Mark Shaw
Pablo Picasso with French model Bettina Graziani in his Cannes Villa, La Californie
1955 © 2001 Mark Shaw

 

  1. Salvador Dalí

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  1. Keith Haring
FILE - In this 1988 file photo, artist Keith Haring works in his studio in New York. The bohemian atmosphere of downtown New York in the 1970s and 1980s had a huge impact on Haring's art, from his impromptu subway chalk drawings to his maze-like abstract paintings. In a new exhibition that focuses on the late artist's early career, Haring's creative energy is instantly felt through his seemingly pulsating kaleidoscope-like designs. (AP Photo, File)
FILE – In this 1988 file photo, artist Keith Haring works in his studio in New York. The bohemian atmosphere of downtown New York in the 1970s and 1980s had a huge impact on Haring’s art, from his impromptu subway chalk drawings to his maze-like abstract paintings. In a new exhibition that focuses on the late artist’s early career, Haring’s creative energy is instantly felt through his seemingly pulsating kaleidoscope-like designs. (AP Photo, File)
  1. David Lynch

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  1. Francis Bacon

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