Georgia O'Keeffe

O'Keeffe in 1918, photograph by Alfred Stieglitz
Georgia O'Keeffe, Untitled, 1908, Art Students League of New York collection
Georgia O'Keeffe, Untitled, The Rotunda at University of Virginia, 1912–1914, watercolor on paper, 11+7/8 ×
Georgia O'Keeffe, Drawing XIII, 1915, Charcoal on paper, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Georgia O'Keeffe as a teaching assistant to Alon Bement at the University of Virginia in 1915
Blue and Green Music, 1921, oil on canvas
Georgia O'Keeffe, Ram's Head White Hollyhock and Little Hills, 1935, The Brooklyn Museum
Pineapple Bud, 1939, oil on canvas
O'Keeffe's "White Place", the Plaza Blanca cliffs and badlands near Abiquiú
Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, platinum print, 1920
My Shanty, Lake George, 1922, oil on canvas, 20 × 27 1/8 in., The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.
Cerro Pedernal, viewed from Ghost Ranch. This was a favorite subject for O'Keeffe, who once said, "It's my private mountain. It belongs to me. God told me if I painted it enough, I could have it"
Painting materials as displayed at the O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, NM
O'Keeffe, Untitled – vase of flowers, 1903–1905, watercolor on paper, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
O'Keeffe, Red Canna, 1915, watercolor on paper, {{convert|49.2|×|33.0|cm|in|order=flip}}, Yale University Art Gallery
O'Keeffe,  Drawing No. 2 – Special, 1915, charcoal on laid paper, {{convert|60|x|46.3|cm|in|order=flip}}, National Gallery of Art
O'Keeffe, Blue #1, 1916, watercolor and graphite on paper, Brooklyn Museum
O'Keeffe, Sunrise, 1916, watercolor on paper
O'Keeffe, No. 8 – Special, 1916, Whitney Museum of Art
O'Keeffe, Light Coming on the Plains No. II, 1917, watercolor on newsprint paper, {{convert|11+7/8|x|8+7/8|in|cm}}, Amon Carter Museum of American Art
O'Keeffe, Series 1, No. 8, 1918, oil-painting on canvas, {{convert|50.8|×|40.6|cm|in|order=flip}}, Lenbachhaus, Munich
O'Keeffe, Red Canna, 1919, oil on board, High Museum of Art, Atlanta
O'Keeffe, A Storm, 1922, pastel on paper, mounted on illustration board, {{convert|46.4|x|61.9|cm|in|order=flip}} Metropolitan Museum of Art

American modernist artist.

- Georgia O'Keeffe
O'Keeffe in 1918, photograph by Alfred Stieglitz

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Teachers College, Columbia University

Graduate school of education, health, and psychology of Columbia University, a private research university in New York City.

Graduate school of education, health, and psychology of Columbia University, a private research university in New York City.

Russell Hall
Teachers College buildings on Broadway and 120th St., looking northwest
John Dewey
Margaret Mead, became President of the American Anthropological Association in 1960
Butler Library
Low Memorial Library
Arthur M. Langer
Dr. Ruth Westheimer
Margaret Mead
Donna Shalala
Mary Antin
Shirley Chisholm
Norman Cousins
Art Garfunkel
Martin Haberman
Lee Huan
John King Jr.
Anita Pollitzer
Diane Ravitch
Robert Sherman
Merryl Tisch

Ruth), Carl Rogers, Margaret Mead, Bill Campbell, Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Thorndike, Rollo May, Donna Shalala, Albert Ellis, William Schuman (former president of the Juilliard School), Lee Huan (Premier of the Republic of China), Shirley Chisholm (first black woman elected to the United States Congress), Hamden L. Forkner (founder of Future Business Leaders of America), and E. Gordon Gee (has held more university presidencies than any other American including Brown University and Vanderbilt University).

West Texas A&M University

Public university in Canyon, Texas.

Public university in Canyon, Texas.

West Texas A&M University Old Main Building
Georgia O'Keeffe, head of the art department from 1916 to 1918
Old Main building on the campus of West Texas A&M University after construction of the Original Texans marble buffalo fountain
West Texas A&M University Jack B. Kelley Student Center
West Texas A&M Classroom Center building
WTAMU Athletics logo

West Texas State Normal College hired famed American artist Georgia O'Keeffe to be the head of the Art Department from the fall of 1916 to February 1918.

Arthur Wesley Dow

American painter, printmaker, photographer and an arts educator.

American painter, printmaker, photographer and an arts educator.

Crater Lake, oil on canvas, 1919
Arthur Wesley Dow: View of Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, 1919
Portrait of students of Académie Julian, France, 1886. (Dow is depicted in center)
Arthur Wesley Dow, The Clam House, woodblock print, circa 1892
The Long Road--Argilla Road, Ipswich, 1898, Brooklyn Museum
Poster published in Les Maîtres de l'Affiche

Dow taught many of America's leading artists and craftspeople, including: Georgia O'Keeffe, Shirley Williamson, Charles Sheeler, Charles J. Martin, two of the Overbeck Sisters, Delle Miller, Charles Burchfield, Isabelle Percy West and Walter King Stone.

Abiquiú, New Mexico

Census-designated place in Rio Arriba County, in northern New Mexico in the southwestern United States, about 53 miles (85 km) north of Santa Fe.

Census-designated place in Rio Arriba County, in northern New Mexico in the southwestern United States, about 53 miles (85 km) north of Santa Fe.

Abiquiú Post Office
Abiquiú church and plaza around 1920.
Abiquiú is a popular location for making movies, especially Westerns (pictured, Ghost Ranch).

Abiquiú was one of the homes of American artist Georgia O'Keeffe from 1929 until 1984.

Georgia O'Keeffe, Radiator Building—Night, New York, 1927, The Alfred Stieglitz Collection, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas

New York skyscraper paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe

Georgia O'Keeffe, Radiator Building—Night, New York, 1927, The Alfred Stieglitz Collection, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas
New York skyline in 1920
10 East 40th Street, in New York City, built in the 1920s
1932 skyscrapers

Georgia O'Keeffe created a series of paintings of skyscrapers in New York City between 1925 and 1929.

William Merritt Chase in 1900

William Merritt Chase

American painter, known as an exponent of Impressionism and as a teacher.

American painter, known as an exponent of Impressionism and as a teacher.

William Merritt Chase in 1900
Self portrait, 1915–16, oil on canvas, Richmond Art Museum
Photo by Noel Rowe of William Merritt Chase in his studio on Tenth Street New York which he held from 1875-1895
Studio Interior, c. 1882, Brooklyn Museum
Mrs. Chase in Pink, Figge Art Museum
Open Air Breakfast, 1888
A Friendly Call, 1895. National Gallery of Art
Portrait of Chase by John Singer Sargent (1902) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Moorish Warrior, c. 1878. Brooklyn Museum.
Mrs Chase Playing the Piano, 1883
Portrait of Miss Dora Wheeler, 1883
The Young Orphan or At Her Ease, 1884, National Academy of Design, New York
''Afternoon by the Sea (Gravesend Bay), c. 1888
Girl in a Japanese Costume, c. 1890. Brooklyn Museum
A Sunny Day at Shinnecock Bay, c. 1892
In The Studio, c. 1892–3
An Afternoon Stroll, c. 1895 San Diego Museum of Art
Study of a Girl in Japanese Dress c. 1895 Brooklyn Museum
First Touch of Autumn, 1898
At the Seaside, circa 1898, Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Song, 1907
A Venetian Balcony, 1913, Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art

In addition to his instruction of East Coast artists like George Bellows, Louise Upton Brumback, Howard Chandler Christy, Kate Freeman Clark, Jay Hall Connaway, Mariette Leslie Cotton, Charles Demuth, Silas Dustin, Lydia Field Emmet, George Pearse Ennis, Marsden Hartley, Annie Traquair Lang, John Marin, M. Jean McLane, Frances Miller Mumaugh, Georgia O'Keeffe, Leopold Seyffert, Elizabeth Sparhawk-Jones, Joseph Stella, Lillian Elvira Moore Abbot, and Edward Charles Volkert.

Georgia O'Keeffe, Red Canna, 1919, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia

Flower paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe

Georgia O'Keeffe, Red Canna, 1919, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia
Georgia O'Keeffe, Untitled, vase of flowers, watercolor on paper, 17+3/4 x, between 1903 and 1905

The American artist Georgia O'Keeffe is best known for her close-up, or large-scale flower paintings, which she painted from the mid-1920s through the 1950s.

Stieglitz in 1902 by Gertrude Käsebier

Alfred Stieglitz

American photographer and modern art promoter who was instrumental over his 50-year career in making photography an accepted art form.

American photographer and modern art promoter who was instrumental over his 50-year career in making photography an accepted art form.

Stieglitz in 1902 by Gertrude Käsebier
1886 self-portrait
Alfred Stieglitz, The Last Joke, Bellagio, 1887
The Terminal (1893) by Alfred Stieglitz
Winter – Fifth Avenue (1893) by Alfred Stieglitz
Venetian Canal (1894) by Alfred Stieglitz
Spring Showers, The Coach (1899–1900) by Stieglitz
Going to the Start (1905) by Stieglitz
Stieglitz's The Steerage (1907)
Katherine Stieglitz, autochrome, ca. 1910
Group of artists in 1912, L to R : Paul Haviland, Abraham Walkowitz, Katharine Rhoades, Stieglitz's first wife Emily, Agnes Meyer, Alfred Stieglitz, John Barrett Kerfoot, John Marin
Autochrome portrait of Stieglitz and his wife Emily, ca. 1915. While attributed to Stieglitz, image may well be the work of Edward Steichen or Frank Eugene.
A Stieglitz portrait of Georgia O'Keeffe (1918)
Stieglitz in 1935, photographed by Carl Van Vechten
<center>The Hand of Man, 1902</center>
<center>Katherine, 1905</center>
<center>Miss S.R., 1905</center>
<center>Dirigible, 1910</center>
<center>Old and New New York, 1910</center>
<center>A Snapshot: Paris, 1911 (one of two with same title)</center>
<center>A Snapshot: Paris, 1911 (one of two with same title)</center>
<center>Ellen Koeniger, Lake George, 1916.</center>
<center>Georgia O'Keeffe, Hands, 1918</center>

In addition to his photography, Stieglitz was known for the New York art galleries that he ran in the early part of the 20th century, where he introduced many avant-garde European artists to the U.S. He was married to painter Georgia O'Keeffe.

Main entrance of the museum at night, 2015

Brooklyn Museum

Art museum located in the New York City borough of Brooklyn.

Art museum located in the New York City borough of Brooklyn.

Main entrance of the museum at night, 2015
Replica of the Statue of Liberty (Liberty Enlightening the World) in back lot
Early 20th century postcard
Gilbert Stuart, Portrait of George Washington, 1796
Inlaid Pipe Bowl with Two Faces collected at Fort Snelling 1833-36
James Tissot, The Disciples Having Left Their Hiding Place Watch from Afar in Agony, c. 1886-1894
The "Bird Lady" sculpture, Predynastic female figurine
Book of the Dead of the Goldworker of Amun, Sobekmose, 31.1777e
Brooklyn Papyrus 664–332 BCE
Lady Tjepu, New Kingdom Dynasty 18, Reign of Amunhotep III c. 1390–1352 BCE, from tomb no. 181 at Thebes, 65.197
Pair statue of husband and wife Nebsen and Nebet-Ta. New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII, reign of Thutmose IV or Amenhotep III, c. 1400–1352 BCE
Charles Willson Peale, George Washington, c. 1776
Samuel Morse, Portrait of John Adams, 1816
Edward Hicks, The Peaceable Kingdom, c. 1830–1840
John J. Audubon, Wild Turkey, lithograph, c. 1861
Eastman Johnson, A Ride for Liberty – The Fugitive Slaves, c. 1862
Albert Pinkham Ryder, Evening Glow The Old Red Cow, 1870–1875
Albert Pinkham Ryder, The Waste of Waters is Their Field, 1880
Winslow Homer, The Northeaster, c. 1883
Ralph Albert Blakelock, Moonlight, 1885
George Inness, Sunrise, 1887
Thomas Eakins, Letitia Wilson Jordan, 1888
John Singer Sargent, Paul César Helleu Sketching with His Wife, 1889
Mary Cassatt, La Toilette, c. 1889–1894
Childe Hassam, Late Afternoon, New York, Winter, c. 1900
Thomas Eakins, William Rush Carving his Allegorical Figure of the Schuylkill River, 1908
William Glackens, Nude with Apple, 1909–1910
George Bellows, A Morning Snow – Hudson River, 1910
Adolph Weinman, Night, c. 1910
Henry Ossawa Tanner, The Arch, c. 1914
Georgia O'Keeffe, Blue 1, 1916
Marsden Hartley, Landscape, New Mexico, 1916–1920
Kuba Ndop Portrait.
Golden rider of the Ashanti region culture in Ghana.
Bahram Gur and Courtiers Entertained by Barbad the Musician, Page from Shahnama of Ferdowsi.
Zumurrud Shah Takes Refuge in the Mountains, ca. 1570.
Mihr 'Ali (Iranian, active ca. 1800–1830). Portrait of Fath-Ali Shah Qajar, 1815.
Muhammad Hasan (Persian, active 1808–1840). Prince Yahya, ca. 1830s.
Bowl with Kufic Inscription, 10th century.
Lorenzo di Niccolò, Saint Lawrence Buried in Saint Stephen's Tomb, 1410–1414, tempera and tooled gold on poplar, 33 × 36 cm
Sano di Pietro, Triptych of Madonna with Child, St. James and St. John the Evangelist, ca. 1460 and 1462
Eugène Delacroix, Desdemona Cursed by her Father (Desdemona maudite par son père), c. 1850-1854
Honoré Daumier, The Two Colleagues (Lawyers) (''Les deux confrères Avocats), between 1865 and 1870
Gustave Courbet, The Edge of the Pool, 1867
Edgar Degas, Portrait de Mlle Eugénie Fiocre, 1867-1868
Alfred Sisley, Flood at Moret (Inondation à Moret), 1879
Gustave Caillebotte, Apple Tree in Bloom (Pommier en fleurs), c. 1885
Jules Breton, Fin du travail (The End of the Working Day), c.1886-1887
Vincent van Gogh, Cypresses (Les Cyprès), 1889, Reed pen, graphite, quill, brown ink and black ink on white wove latune et cie balcons paper,
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, At the Moulin Rouge (Au Moulin Rouge), c. 1892.
Claude Monet, The Church at Vernon, 1894
Claude Monet, Houses of Parliament Sunlight Effect (Le Parlement effet de soleil), 1903
Claude Monet, The Doge's Palace (Le Palais ducal), 1908
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Les Vignes à Cagnes, 1908.
André Derain, ''Landscape in Provence (Paysage de Provence)" (c. 1908)

Artists represented in the collection include Mark Rothko, Edward Hopper, Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edgar Degas, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Max Weber.

Georgia O'Keeffe, Ram's Head White Hollyhock and Little Hills, 1935

American modernism

Trend of philosophical thought arising from the widespread changes in culture and society in the age of modernity.

Trend of philosophical thought arising from the widespread changes in culture and society in the age of modernity.

Georgia O'Keeffe, Ram's Head White Hollyhock and Little Hills, 1935
Arthur Dove, Me and the Moon 1937
Rrose Sélavy (Marcel Duchamp). 1921. Photograph by Man Ray. Art Direction by Marcel Duchamp.
Alfred Henry Maurer, An Arrangement, 1901
Morgan Russell, Cosmic Synchromy (1913–14), Synchromism. Oil on canvas, 41.28 cm × 33.34 cm., Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute.
Marsden Hartley, Portrait of a German Officer, 1914
Oscar Bluemner, Form and Light, Motif in West New Jersey (1914)
Andrew Dasburg, Improvisation, c. 1915–1916
Stanton Macdonald-Wright 1920, Airplane Synchromy in Yellow-Orange, Synchromism
Charles Demuth, Spring, 1921
Stuart Davis, Lucky Strike, 1921
Charles Demuth, Figure 5 in Gold, 1928
Patrick Henry Bruce, Painting, oil on canvas, 23{{fraction|3|4}} × 36{{fraction|3|8}}" (60.3 × 92.4 cm)c. 1929–1930
Charles Rosen, Sidewheel in the Rondout, 1920's (Precisionism)

Eventually artists like Charles Burchfield, Marsden Hartley, Stuart Davis, Arthur Dove, Georgia O'Keeffe who was thought of as the mother of American Modernism, John Marin, Arthur Beecher Carles, Alfred Henry Maurer, Andrew Dasburg, James Daugherty, John Covert, Henrietta Shore, William Zorach, Marguerite Thompson (Zorach), Manierre Dawson, Arnold Friedman and Oscar Bluemner ushered in the era of Modernism to the New York School.