In the Studio by Jean-FranCois Chaigneau
Artists of the 20th Century In Private and at Work

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Interviews with and photos of some of the major 20th century artists in intimate settings Some of the greatest 20th-century artists are pictured and interviewed in this lovely large-format gift book. Paris Match magazine has followed, photographed, and interviewed them exclusively over a period of more than 60 years, and now their exceptional archives are opened in this book. These photos reveal rare moments at the heart of artistic creation—artists at work—in the intimacy of their studios and their secret gardens, surrounded by their families and friends. Take a unique look at Chagall's opera ceiling, Dali's awakened dreams, Miro's suns, and Francis Bacon's studies: beyond these incredible works, an inside view of the lives of these geniuses is provided.

About Jean-FranCois Chaigneau

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Jean-François Chaigneau is an editor for the renowned magazine Paris Match. Olivier Royant is the chief editor for Paris Match. Joseph Laredo has translated many titles from French to English, including several books by Albert Camus.
Published September 1, 2012 by Edition Olms. 208 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Delving into the photo archives of French magazine, Paris Match, where Chaigneau is an editor, and accompanied by several of the interviews and articles the magazine published, the author offers a glimpse into the working processes and personal lives of some of the 20th century's canonical visual...

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