Art of the 20th Century


 



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Georgia
O’Keeffe






 

Georgia O’Keeffe
 

(b Sun Prairie, WI, 15 Nov 1887; d Santa Fe, NM, 6 March 1986).

American painter and draughtsman. She decided to become an artist when she was 12. From 1905 to 1906 she attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1907 she went to New York to study oil, pastel and watercolour painting at the Art Students League. She worked there for a year with William Merritt Chase and won the Chase Still Life Scholarship. In 1908 she saw the first American exhibitions of the work of Auguste Rodin (watercolours) and of Henri Matisse at the Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession, known as 291, run by Alfred Stieglitz.

 
 

 

 

Photographs of Georgia O'Keeffe

 

Georgia O'Keeffe


 

Georgia O'Keeffe and Alred Stieglitz, New York
1944
Foto photographed by Arnold Newman

 
Alfred Stieglitz

Portraits of Georgia O'Keeffe
 

1915


 

Georgia O'Keeffe


 


1918


1918




 

1919


 

1922


 

1923


 

1924


 

1931


 

1932


 

1950, foto photographed by Carl Van Vechten


 

1956,
foto photographed by Y. Karsh


 

Foto photographed by Irving Penn


 

1967,
foto photographed by P. Halsman




 


Red Poppy
1927



 

Music, Pink and Blue
1919


 


Oriental Poppies
1928


 


From the Lake no 1




 


White Rose with Larkspur No. 2


 


Series I, no 4
1918


 


Two Calla Lillies on Pin
1928


 


A Sunflower from Maggie


 


Black Iris II


 


Horse's Skull on Blue


 


Autumn Leaves, Lake George
1924


 


White Camelia


 


Red Canna




 


Black and Purple Petunias


 


Lake George, Early Morning


 


Petunia


 


Black Mesa Landscape


 


Light Iris
1924


 


Grey Line with Black,and Blue


 


Jack in the Pulpit No 4


 


Ram's Skull with Brown Leaves


 


Red, White, and Blue


 


 Ram's Head White Hollyhock and Little Hills
1935

 

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