Artists in Their Studios: 1880s - 1920s

Artists in Their Studios: 1880s - 1920s

Sarah Coffey
Feb 17, 2010

The Smithsonian's Flickr page (where they provide access to archives from the public domain) is one of our favorite stops for inspiration. We recently spent some time sifting through their photography collection, which includes portraits of artists in their studios.

A few of our favorite interiors are sampled above. We love the Oriental carpets, shelves of sculpture, and salon-style walls of paintings. Enjoy, and check out the Smithsonian's Flickr set for more!

FIRST ROW
1 Charles Shephard Chapman in his Studio, 1920
2 Daniel Chester French, 1920
3 Women's Art Class at State School of the Deaf, Delavan, Wisconsin, 1880
4 John Quincy Adams Ward, 1887
5 John Singer Sargeant in his Paris Studio, 1885

SECOND ROW
6 Leon Dabo in his Brooklyn Studio, 1910
7 Malvina Hoffman in Tyringham, Mass, 1921
8 Alonzo M. Kimball in his Studio, 1920
9 Salvatore Aucello, 1922
10 Frederick Carl Gottwald, 1898

All photos identified as having "no known copyright restrictions" and used under the Smithsonian's terms of use.

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