Georgia O'KeeffeArnold Newman, American, (March 3, 1918–June 6, 2006)
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Anita Feldman, Deputy Director of Collections and Exhibitons
American • 1918–2006
Georgia O'Keeffe, painter, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico
Gelatin silver print • 1968
Georgia O'Keeffe (1887–1986) was one of the most significant painters active during the twentieth century. In 1917, Alfred Stieglitz held an exhibition of her work at 291 Gallery in New York. Her paintings, influenced by symbolism, abstraction and photography, used nature as their principle subject. From 1929 on, she found inspiration in the landscapes of the south- western U.S., working from home on Ghost Ranch in New Mexico. O’Keeffe’s paintings Barn in Snow and Pink Shell with Seaweed are exhibited elsewhere in this gallery.
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