If a person's home is a window into his soul, then an artist's studio is a window into his creative genius. Fortunately, some of the world's greatest artists had the foresight to open their homes and studios to the public. Others had museums dedicated to them in the cities where they lived and worked. Some, like Picasso, have several museums. From the impressive Rodin Museum in Paris to the New York City home of minimalist Donald Judd, here are 10 museums celebrating some of the world's most influential artists.
by Laura Itzkowitz
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