|In the studio of the artist, by Wilhelm August Golicke, 1832. The model is in the background,|
dressing or undressing, but her little shoe is in the foreground by the posing platform.
|The artist in his studio, by Gerrit Dou, circa 1628. I wonder about the rather ominous fellow in the doorway....|
|Frith in his studio painting Alexandra, Princess of Wales for "The Marriage of the Prince of Wales", by John Ballantyne, 1863.|
Ballantyne's likeness of the Princess is no better than Frith's turned out to be.
|Tsar Nicholas I and the artist, by Bogdan Willewalde, 1883. Painted almost thirty years after the death of the|
Tsar, who appears to be actively "assisting" the artist; if the Tsar wants to help, who's going to tell him no?
|The artist in his studio and his man Gibbs, by George Morland, 1802. What a dreary studio! But the drawings above the grate are charming.|
|L'Atelier de Houdon (Houdon modelant le buste de Laplace dans son atelier), by Louis-Léopold Boilly, 1804.|
|The painter in his studio, by Jan Miense Molenaer, circa 1633.|
|Im Atelier, by Moritz Stifter, 1890. Whose children have been brought in by the babushka'd crone?|
|Im Atelier des Malers, by Jan Josef Horemans II, circa mid-eighteenth century. The fellow at center is grinding pigment to make paint.|
|Atelier of the artist Venetsianov, by Alexander Alexeyevich Alexeyev, 1827. A young serf girl looks to have been put to work as a model.|
|The studio of Ingres in Rome, by Jean Alaux , 1818. The painter holds a violin rather than a paint brush, and a cat sleeps by the open door.|