Inside the homes of remarkable artists and writers

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Inside the homes of remarkable artists and writers

If our homes reflect our characters, then the home of an artist is likely to be particularly intriguing. 

Andrea Marechal Watson finds some answers in a new book, Life Meets Art.

 

 

The mid-century home of Danish designer and architect Finn Juhl still feels surprisingly modern (credit: Life Meets Art/ Phaidon)

 

 

The family villa built by Secessionist architect Otto Wager is now full of artworks by its subsequent owner

Ernst Fuchs (credit: Life Meets Art/ Phaidon)

 

 

Flemish master Rubens lived in an elegantly proportioned home in Antwerp (credit: Life Meets Art/ Phaidon)

 

 

 

Sculptor Gustav Vigeland's ordered home contracts with his exuberant art (credit: Life Meets Art/ Phaidon)

 

 

Greman playwright and poet Friedrich von Schiller died just three years after acquiring his town house in Weimar (credit: Life Meets Art/ Phaidon)

 

 

The Organic House of Mexican designer Javier Senosiain resembles a network of caves (credit: Life Meets Art/ Phaidon)

 

 

The home of ceramicist Kawai Kanjiro in Kyoto reflects the earthy colours and organic forms of his craft (credit: Life Meets Art/ Phaidon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: BBC

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