New York Times Publishes Photographs of Ellsworth Kelly’s Studio Shortly After Artist’s Death

May 8th, 2017

The New York Times welcomes a series of photographs by Jack Shear, who lived with Ellsworth Kelly for over 30 years, and documented his studio shortly after the artist passed away in 2015.  “At the end, his studio became like where he was living,” Mr. Shear says. “He was not only painting, but he was actually living in the studio. I mean, Ellsworth considered Spencertown — and probably the studio in Spencertown — the center of the world, the center of the universe. This is where he finally, toward the end of his life, really wanted to be.”

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