Georgia O’Keeffe played a pivotal role in the development of American modernism and its relationship to European avant-garde movements of the early 20th century. Producing a substantial body of work over seven decades, she sought to capture the emotion and power of objects through abstracting the natural world. Alfred Stieglitz identified her as the first female American modernist, whose paintings of flowers, barren landscapes, and close-up still lifes have become a part of the mythology and iconography of the American artistic landscape. (The Art Story)
The Week Ahead: April 13, 2020
Let us curate your week with this set of daily suggestions for what to enjoy on our platform and on your Meural Canvas.
Thomas Hoepker's "White Sands"
This luminous photograph seems to capture, in a single frame, the vast beauty of the American Southwest. It’s not the palett…
Stieglitz and O'Keeffe: A Love Story
Who doesn’t love a good, passionate love story? And when that story includes two of the most influential artists of the 20th…