American Landscapes

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American History

 

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Tony P

 

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June 7, 2016

 

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Though often overlooked and underappreciated in their time, artists had an advantage of using the suffering of the country and its industrial growth as a concentration for their bodies of work. As the kinks of war were being worked out, and people were learning to move on with their lives, a woman by the name of Georgia O'Keefe , born in the rural countryside of Wisconsin was a teacher of art from 1907-1915 specializing in Charcoals...
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At this time in her life she was introduced to Stieglitz by a friend in New York. Steiglitz helped her set up shows by 1916 and gave her her own exhibition the following year. This much publicity at the time for a female artist was often criticised in the public eye. O'Keefe is most well known for her close-up images of flowers...
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