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Online mixing and mastering services are now more affordable than ever, making professional studios much more accessible to the independent music scene. Although DIY mixing and mastering is very popular these days with all of the great software available, artists who take their music seriously will always prefer to hire a professional to handle their production work, ensuring they get the greatest results. Great music deserves great production!

Online mixing and mastering services are now more affordable than ever, making professional studios much more accessible to the independent music scene. Although DIY mixing and mastering is very popular these days with all of the great software available, artists who take their music seriously will always prefer to hire a professional to handle their production work, ensuring they get the greatest results. Great music deserves great production!

Henri Matisse drawing the Stations of the Cross with the aid of a bambu pole in the interior of the Chapel at Vence. Famous Artists at Work in their Art Studio 3 Resources for CAPi- Create Art Portfolio Ideas at www.milliande.com, a Peek at Famous Artist Studios

Matisse drawing the Stations of the Cross with a bambu pole in the interior of the Chapelle de Rosaire at Vence. "Drawing is like making an expressive gesture with the advantage of permanence.

A good studio for an artist is a very important place. Our creative studios might  sometimes look like a pile of rubbish or a mixed-up room, but this is where great creations are born! - Studios of 100 famous artists.

100 Famous Artists And Their Studios

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100 Famous Artists And Their Studios

Claude Monet in front of his paintings 'The Waterlilies', in his studio at Giverny, 1920 (gelatin silver print) Photo by Henri Manuel.

In 1941 Matisse was diagnosed with cancer and, following surgery, he started using a wheelchair.  “Une seconde vie”, a second life, was what he called the last fourteen years of his life. Following an operation he found renewed  and unexpected energies and the beautiful Russian-born assistant, Lydia Delectorskaya, to keep him company. Vast in scale (though not always in size), lush and rigorous in color, his cutouts are among the most admired and influential works of Matisse's entire career.

Matisse master with the scissors. Matisse at work (with the innocence of a child but the skill of an accomplished artist) at his paper cut outs in his studio at Nice,

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