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    Pink Sweet Peas 2 (1927) by Georgia O'Keeffe.

    GEORGIA O'KEEFFE Iris (1929)

    Georgia O'Keeffe

    White Lotus - Georgia O’Keeffe, 1939 ~ O'Keeffe's paintings don't always draw me in but this one is so delicate.

    Autumn Trees - The Maple - Georgia O'Keeffe

    Calla Lilies, watercolor, Georgia O'Keeffe

    Georgia O'Keeffe. Calla Lilies 1924 460

    Georgia O'Keeffe Black Iris cris-a.hubpages.c...

    Dancing Red Poppies ~ Cherie Dirksen, South African artist

    Georgia O'Keeffe Words - Works**** if you cant find the book the google it but don't fucking hit me up on fb BC u think ur uber smart and say wah that's not a book wah ...then tit baby understand its a work it's a book w writing so look under a written book FFS move along bc I dont get off not even by masterbation just to make myself feel smarter than my fake friends on fb keep it to urself dumbass

    By the mid 20's, Georgia O'Keeffe's reputation as one of the country's most significant artists was secure, as was her ability to live comfortable form the sale of her work. Despite the popularity and commercial success of her more representational flower and landscape paintings, O'Keeffe remained committed to abstraction as a means of communicating her deeply held convictions about her subjects.

    Georgia O'Keeffe. Coxcomb

    Chama River, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico 1937 Georgia O’Keeffe oil on canvas Gift of the Georgia O’Keeffe Estate, 1987 At the top of this little hill is where you can strew my ashes. The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum stamps the soul.

    Georgia O'Keeffe. Pink Sweet Peas

    Georgia O'Keeffe. Poppies

    Georgia O'Keeffe. Pink Tulip, 1925

    Georgia O'Keeffe / Feathers, White and Grey / 1942 / oil on canvas

    Venetian Doorway - John Singer Sargent

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    Poppies and Sweet Peas Watercolor Painting (Kathleen Maunder)