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"All German painters have a neurosis with Germany’s past: war, the postwar period most of all, East Germany. I addressed all of this in a deep depression and under great pressure. My paintings are battles, if you will." - Georg Baselitz

"All German painters have a neurosis with Germany’s past: war, the postwar period most of all, East Germany. I addressed all of this in a deep depression and under great pressure. My paintings are battles, if you will.

hans hoffman art studio | Art+Studio_Hans+Hoffman_1963_courtesy+Hans+Namuth_Jerome+Hausman.jpg

eye-likey is in cape cod + MV this week. So, we have to honor the great Provincetown MASTER, Hans Hofmann painter + teacher .

Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) was een Amerikaans popartkunstenaar. Zijn werken zijn vooral bekend vanwege de aan cartoons herinnerende afbeeldingen met felle, veelal primaire kleuren omlijnd door vette zwarte contouren. Hij maakte schilderijen, litho's en beelden.

Artist Roy Lichtenstein breaking from his pop art colors to work in black and white.

Painter Fernand Léger posing in his studio with model Anne Gunning | Photo: Mark Shaw, 1955

Famous Artist's Studios - Painter Fernand Leger in Studio with Model Anne Gunning - Photo Mark Shaw 1955

Anselm Kiefer

"A painting is a conglomeration of failings. But we can say this of life also" Anselm Kiefer (photo Laura Stevens)

Leonor Fini In Her Studio Rue Payenne, Paris, 1952

Leonor Fini In Her Studio Rue Payenne, Paris, 1952

Surrealist artist Leonor Fini in her Paris studio in Fini was one of the most photographed people of the century. Queen of the Paris art world, she was constantly in the news - fêted for her paintings, illustrations, theatre designs and,.

Balthus | Ancestral debates

Setsuko with Balthus in the studio at the Grand Chalet, Rossinière. Photo by Alvaro Canovas.

Terry Frost

Terry frost, 1975 My drawing and painting instructor at Banff

American painter James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903)

James Abbott McNeill Whistler was an American-born, British-based artist. Averse to sentimentality and moral allusion in painting, he was a leading proponent of the credo, "art for art's sake". James Abbott McNeill Whistler, painting in his studio.