The Artist in his Studio, Alexander Liberman
Thames and Hudson, 1988. Hardcover. 294 pp. 31.5x24cm. Text in English. Used. VG+. Are you looking for books about art? Would you like it not to be a catalogue? And not a monograph of an artist? Do you want something more intimate and personal? If you have answered YES to the above questions then you are already on your way to buy the perfect art book. The artist's studio, a realm of creativity and chaos, comes to life in Alexander Liberman's captivating book, 'The Artist in His Studio.' With an insider's view, Liberman, an accomplished artist and editor, provides an intimate exploration of the sacred space where art is conceived and crafted. Through vivid anecdotes and striking photographs, the book not only showcases the physicality of the studios but also delves into the psyche of the artists themselves (Renoir, Monet, Brancusi, Sonia Delaunay, Miro, Giacometti, Mattisse, Picasso...) This art book is a visual and literary journey that unveils the mystique behind the canvas, celebrating the sanctum where imagination and reality intertwine. We only have one problem, very few women!