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Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986), "Corn, No. 2" (1924). Oil on canvas, 27-1/4 x 10 inches. Courtesy of the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe; gift of The Burnett Foundation and The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation.

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.

Tentacles original watercolor painting by corbettsparks on Etsy

Georgia O'Keeffe- 1929 ~ New York Night (by Art Images Directory, via Flickr)

Georgia O'Keeffe 'Series I, No. 2, 1918, Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin by hanneorla, via Flickr

Orange rose by Clive Nichols (looks like a Georgia O'Keefe painting)

"She cooks like Julia Child, drinks like a sailor, wears a splashy sarong skirts and big chunk diamonds in her ears to have her backyard bulldozed. The sarong and diamond look is the only time I notice what she has on. She also favours mid-thigh tunic tops and straight Capris, which look pretty good as long as the print is a big, boozy Georgia O’Keefe vision."

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Red Snapdragons. Georgia O'Keeffe, 1923. Am I the only person who thinks it's a great idea to put up prints of great art in your kids room and not just "kid stuff"? Won't the colors and shapes be stimulating? Could it lead to a greater appreciation for and creativity with artistic endeavors? Who knows. I'm going to find out.

Georgia O'Keeffe with her painting Pelvis Series, Red with Yellow (1945) - photographed by Michael A. Vaccaro, 1960