The workspaces and studios of any artist or creative says a lot about them. Do they like the space to be flooded with natural light, like Hans Hartung? Is the space imbued with a sense of style, like that of Roy Lichtenstein? Do they have drafting desks or easels? Salvador Dalí actually invented a mechanism that let his paintings be raised or lowered as necessary with pulleys.
See well over 100 famous artists in their studios, including Picasso, Monet, Pollock, Chagall and Munch in this user-submitted collection at Bored Panda.