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  • Wendy Rodriguez

    Georgia O'Keefe & Alfred Steiglitz. From 1915 until 1946, some 25,000 pieces of paper were exchanged between these two major 20th-century artists. Painter Georgia O'Keeffe and photographer Alfred Stieglitz wrote each other letters—sometimes two and three a day, some of them 40 pages long. The correspondence tracks their relationship from acquaintances to admirers to lovers to man and wife to exasperated—but still together— long-marrieds.

  • Debra Steinmann

    AlfredStieglitz & Georgia O’Keeffe - Happy Birthday Georiga O'Keeffe (11-15-1887)

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This American artist knew a thing or two about bones, though in 1929 she was on her way to New Mexico (not Paris) for the first time. Georgia O'Keeffe, Alfred Stieglitz, 1929, Metropolitan Museum of Art.