The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

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Harry N. Abrams in association with the Georgia O'Keefe Museum, 1997 - Art - 144 pages
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Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986), a pioneer of modernism, was unlike most of her contemporaries in that all her training and much of her subject matter were purely American. Still vigorously productive in her nineties, O'Keeffe always responded to the new in her own unique fashion. In this volume, eighty-six works from every period of her life, many never before published, are reproduced in large scale and in full color. Several are shown in lavish gatefolds. More than a dozen photographs of the artist, including a number taken by Alfred Stieglitz, document the various stages of her life. A bibliography and full index add to the scholarly value of this handsome volume.

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Contents

Foreword
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Painting Her Life
33
Georgia OKeeffe and American Intellectual and Visual Traditions
73
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Hassrick is founding director emeritus of the Charles M. Russell Center at the University of Oklahoma.

Lisa Mintz Messinger is associate curator and Gary Tinterow is Englehard Curator in Charge in the Department of 19th-Century, Modern, and Contemporary Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Barbara Rose is the author of "American Art since 1900, "and "Autocritique: Essays on Art and Anti-Art, "as well as monographs on Ad Reinhardt, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Claes Oldenburg, and Lee Krasner among others. Gladys Fabre is an art historian and curator. Christopher K. Ho is a professor at the Rhode Island School of Design. Vincenzo Trione is Professor of Contemporary Art at the University of Naples. Valerie Varas is a specialist in visual arts. Paula Rispa is an expert in contemporary arts and architecture.