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Georgia O'Keeffe (Library of American Art) (edition 1991)

by Charles Eldredge

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Title:Georgia O'Keeffe (Library of American Art)
Authors:Charles Eldredge
Info:Harry N. Abrams (1991), Edition: First Edition, Hardcover, 160 pages
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Georgia O'Keeffe (Library of American Art) by Charles Eldredge

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In his opening chapter, Charles C Eldredge, professor of art at the University of Kansas, writes at length about the indomitable Georgia O'Keeffe and in the succeeding chapters to as he looks at various aspects of her work under the headings: Abstraction, Lake Georgia, Fruit and Leaf, Flower, City, Desert, Bone and Sky. In doing so he encompasses O'Keeffe's complete oeuvre. He concludes his study with a chronology and a selected bibliography.

The book is illustrated throughout with around 55 colour plates and over 5o black and white illustrations, including some pictures published here for the first time. The majority of the colour plates and a few of the monochromes are full page.

This is a well produced large format book printed on heavy stock, the text is interesting and accessible; and it is enlightening to see the wide range of the artist's output, and the familiar alongside to unfamiliar.

12.25" x 9.25" (31.1 cm x 23.5 cm) 160 pages. Published 1991. ISBN 0810936577. Hardback. ( )
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A survey of the art of Georgia O'Keeffe, one of this century's most influential American painters, which traces the genesis and growth of her artistic imagination. This book is organized around the various themes that she explored in her art.

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Oil paintings of the famous American artist, she is said to be an important link between the first American modernists and the generation of painters after World War II.

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