donderdag, februari 23, 2017

Aretino in the Studio of Tintoretto

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres: Aretino in the Studio of Tintoretto, 1848. (collectie: The Metropolitan Musseum of Art, New York)

Pierre-Nolasque Bergeret: Aretino in the Studio of Tintoretto, c. 1822. (bron: Web Gallery of Art)

Alexandre-Evariste Fragonard: Aretino in the Studio of Tintoretto. (bron: stair sainty)

"The source for the picture's subject is Carlo Ridolfi's book, Le Maraviglie dell'arte (1648). Aretino had spoken badly of Tintoretto. When they met one day Tintoretto invited Aretino to his studio to have his portrait done. During the sitting the painter suddenly pulled out a dagger from his robe. The surprised Aretino believed he was seeking revenge, and cried out and asked what he wanted. Tintoretto replied coldly, "Don't move. I am taking your measurements." Suitably intimidated by the incident, Aretino never again spoke badly of Tintoretto and they ultimately became friends. Bergeret's picture depicting Tintoretto brandishing a pistol, like those of his fellow artists Ingres and Alexander-Evariste Fragonard, differs from the account due apparently to a translator's confusion over the Italian word for dagger, 'pistolese.'"

James Tissot

Edgar Degas: James Jacques Joseph Tissot, ca. 1867–68. (collectie: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

"The fashionable painter James Tissot was Degas’s friend and mentor in the 1860s and early 1870s. Posed in a studio, top hat and satin-lined cape by his side, Tissot is surrounded by canvases that reflect the wide-ranging tastes he shared with Degas.

Stuart Davis #2

Stuart Davis: Studio Interior, 1917. (bron: Curiator, collectie: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

Stuart Davis

Stuart Davis at work on a canvas for the Federal Art Project, 1939. (bron: Wikimedia)

Stuart Davis in his studio, 1947. (bron: DRAW PAINT PRINT, foto's: Ralph Morse)

Edward Hopper #6

Edward Hopper in zijn atelier, 1948. (bron: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, foto: Berenice Abbott)

Zie ook de post van 24 augustus 2013 met een net iets andere foto uit waarschijnlijk de zelfde sessie (hk).

maandag, februari 20, 2017

Jean Fautrier

Jean Fautrier dans son atelier, entouré de sculptures d'art africain, circa 1942-1943. (bron: La Galerie K)

Glenn Brown

Glenn Brown, studio London, 1995. (bron: acuratorscamera, foto's Martijn van Nieuwenhuyzen)

Tot en met 23 april 2017 presenteert Museum Het Rembrandthuis in Amsterdam het werk van de hedendaagse Britse kunstenaar Glenn Brown (1966) in de tentoonstelling "Glenn Brown – Rembrandt: After Life". (hk)

> Glenn Brown

Matthew Barney #6

Matthew Barney, studio Meatpacking District, New York, 1996. (bron: acuratorscamera, foto's Martijn van Nieuwenhuyzen)

> Matthew Barney (Cremaster)
> Matthew Barney (Drawing Restraint)

Folkert de Jong #4

Folkert de Jong, studio, Amsterdam, 2001. (bron: acuratorscamera, foto's Martijn van Nieuwenhuyzen)

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David Bade #3

David Bade, studio, Rotterdam, 1995. (bron: acuratorscamera, foto's Martijn van Nieuwenhuyzen)

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Daan van Golden

Daan van Golden in zijn atelier, 2014. (bron: acuratorscamera, foto's Martijn van Nieuwenhuyzen)

dinsdag, februari 14, 2017

Jan Andriesse #2

Jan Andriesse in zijn atelier, Amstel, Amsterdam. Stills uit de aflevering van "Hollandse Meesters" van Maarten de Kroon & Jeanne van der Horst.

Jan Andriesse in zijn atelier. (bron video en foto's: Hollandse Meesters)

Spencer Sweeney #3

“This was my rooftop studio at 90 Ludlow Street,” Sweeney says of this 2014 photo. “I moved out because they are building a 15-story luxury condo tower directly next door. One day I walked out the front door and saw a man taking a picture of his wife taking a picture of some fake graffiti. That was the moment when I decided to move. Now I am on 13th Street. The other day I was looking out the window and I saw an old man with a long, thick white beard, sunglasses and a black beret. I thought to myself, ‘That’s more like it.’’’ (bron: New York Times, foto: Peter Sieper)

Spencer Sweeney in his New York studio, 2010. (bron: Interview, foto: Robbie Fimmano)

Spencer Sweeney #2

Spencer Sweeney, New York, 2005. (bron en foto: Jason Schmidt)

Spencer Sweeney: Studio, 2010. (bron: AnOther)

Spencer Sweeney in his studio. (bron: New York Times, foto: Parinaz Mogadassi/Aurel Schmidt)

maandag, februari 13, 2017

Spencer Sweeney

Spencer Sweeney, in his studio, 2013. (bron: Grub Street, foto: Melissa Hom)

Spencer Sweeney,
in his studio, 2014. (bron: alldayeveryday, foto's: Brayden Olson)

Thomas Zipp #3

Thomas Zipp in the studio. (bron en foto: Edgar Zippel)

vrijdag, februari 10, 2017

Matthias König

Het reizend atelier waarmee Matthias König in 2016 een maand door Friesland trok. Nu te zien bij "Intersections" op "Art Rotterdam".

"A multi media documentary in form of an installation on the mobile artist in residency Matthias has done in Friesland (NL) in september 2016 in collaboration with artist run initiative VHDG Leeuwarden (NL).

Matthias was working, living and sleeping in the former supermarket on wheels and was driving with a maximum speed of 25km/h from village to village in the search of unforeseen happenings and encounters." (bron: (Matthias König)

Vertrek vanuit Leeuwarden. (bron: VHDG, foto: Ruben van Vliet)

On the road. (bron: Matthias König)

Atelier in Den Haag, 2016. (bron: Matthias König)

Het verslag van het hele project is hier te zien bij Matthias König en bij VHDG(hk).

> Matthias König