From Reykjavík to Cavtat, from London to Berlin and from Rembrandt to Bacon, studio museums are all over Europe.
Allowing visitors privileged access to the fascinating environments in which great art has been created, each of these museums has its own unique story to tell.
We set up the Artist's Studio Museum Network to bring these stories to a wider public, and to bring single-artist museums, house museums and studio museums across Europe closer together in partnership.
We add new studio museums to the site regularly, and feature information on research and projects of all kinds relating to the single-artist museum. There is also a Press Area, where you can view and download press releases from small museums across the network.
Our aim is to encourage visitors to discover these places filled with the spirit and atmosphere that inspired their former occupants to produce some of the world's best-loved art.
The Artist's Studio Museum Network has been initiated by Watts Gallery - Artists' Village, the former studio-home of George Frederic Watts (1817-1904) in Surrey, United Kingdom. It is run with support from the Tavolozza Foundation and the Heritage Lottery Fund.