More to explore:
Georgia O' Keeffe - "An Orchid"
An Orchid, a gorgeous pastel painting by Georgia OKeeffe from 1941.
Georgia O'Keeffe Flower Paintings Names | Georgia O'Keeffe. An Orchid. (1941)
Georgia OKeefe orchid
Georgia O'Keeffe (American, 1887-1986)
1927. Oil on canvas, 40 1/4 x 30" (102.1 x 76 cm). Acquired through the Helen Acheson Bequest. © 2012 The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Tentacles original watercolor painting by corbettsparks on Etsy
Georgia O'Keeffe (Sun Prairie, Wisconsin 1887–1986 Santa Fe, New Mexico) | Dark Corn No.1, 1924, oil on wood fiberboard. Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1950, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.
Orange rose by Clive Nichols (looks like a Georgia O'Keefe painting)
Georgia O' Keefe
i gotta do a transcription of this
probably my most favorite work :)
I so want to capture the world as she did.
Lover of nature- sweet woman...
Horse’s Skull with Pink Rose, Georgia O’Keeffe, 1931
Georgia O'Keeffe Alfred Stieglitz Georgia O'Keeffe Alfred Stieglitz (American, Hoboken, New Jersey 1864–1946 New York City) Download image
Georgia O'Keeffe 'Series I, No. 2, 1918, Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin by hanneorla, via Flickr
Georgia O'Keeffe- 1929 ~ New York Night (by Art Images Directory, via Flickr)
georgia o keeffe paintings green | il_570xN.270681365.jpg
Indeed lol ! I guess in the end people will always tend to put their own interpretation on any creative's work, because we are all individuals, and see things according to our own experience and knowledge, and that for me is one of the more delightful things about art of all kinds.
This is most certainly not an O'Keefe. Her work tends toward a very individual kind of abstraction. The watercolor posted here is quite conventional.
This is Marni Maree. I have an entire board just for "fake" O'Keeffe pins.
Thanks for having that board. I am dismayed by the inability of so many to recognize style and not to check their sources.
I can understand being dismayed by willy-nilly pinning. May I suggest you turn that dismay into the fun of verifying pins you find inaccurately labeled.