Georgia OKeeffe Nancy Frazier

ISBN: 9781577150817

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Georgia OKeeffe  by  Nancy Frazier

Georgia OKeeffe by Nancy Frazier
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Using nature as her inspiration, Georgia OKeeffe developed a highly visible, personal, and monumental style without parallel in American painting. Perhaps more symbolic than abstract, OKeeffes paintings simplified, enlarged and isolated naturalMoreUsing nature as her inspiration, Georgia OKeeffe developed a highly visible, personal, and monumental style without parallel in American painting.

Perhaps more symbolic than abstract, OKeeffes paintings simplified, enlarged and isolated natural forms expressed the spirituality of nature, and of the artist herself. Recognized as one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century, Georgia OKeeffe created paintings that had a powerful effect on other artists and on the public. Yet the more the public came to love her work, the more controversial OKeeffe became. Ironically, the popularity of her works and her own personal image as an eccentric have sometimes worked to blur her importance as an artistic innovator.With an insightful text accompanying a portfolio of her finest works in full-color, this book captures the haunting, sometimes overwhelming quality of Georgia OKeeffes unique vision.



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