Georgia O'Keeffe at Ghost Ranch: a photo essay

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Stewart, Tabori and Chang, Apr 1, 1995 - Art - 79 pages
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In this unique book, Loengard has chosen 47 of the finest photographs he took of the grand, solitary woman of the desert, and has arranged then in a sequence that records the course of a day in the life of Georgia O'Keefe from, sunrise to sunset.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

On assignment from Life in 1966, Loengard shot this austere and powerful group of black-and-white photographs of O'Keeffe (18871986) amidst her daily rituals at her New Mexico ranch home. Loengard's ... Read full review

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User Review  - buffalogr - LibraryThing

Simple book with lots of black and white images of Georgia O'Keeffe. I enjoyed it. Read full review


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About the author (1995)

John Loengard joined Life magazine's staff in 1961. Hailed by American Photographer as Life's most influential photographer during the 1960s and instrumental in its re-birth as a monthly in 1978, Loengard served as its picture editor until 1987. He has published several books of his photographs: Pictures Under Discussion, which won the 1987 Ansel Adams Award, Celebrating the Negative and Georgia O'Keeffe at Ghost Ranch. His photographs have appeared in Life, People, The Sunday Times (London) and Travel & Leisure magazines and are in the Eastman House, the Vassar College Art Gallery, The International Center of Photography, and the De Menil Foundation collections among others.

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