Georgia O'Keeffe


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Genuine hand-painted reproduction of Georgia O'Keeffe's famous paintings - oil on canvas.

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Georgia O'Keeffe is probably one of the first female artists of America and she started her career when women had not yet entered this profession. She carved for herself a niche in a male dominant art and specialized in abstract paintings.

Subjects and Styles of O'Keefe's Paintings
O'Keeffe used charcoal to draw paintings on paper in her earlier works. Later on she moved to water colours. When her style had matured she shifted to oil painting. She was an artist who liked to remain aloof of the techniques used during her time and carved a path of her own. Georgia's believed that art speaks for itself and it cannot be defined in words. Rather it is depicted through "the colours, lines and shapes" which define the painting. She has an exceptionally developed sense of observation and the finesse of her paintbrush is unmatched by any other artist. She adopted many styles over the years which were associated with various movements of art of that era. At one time, her paintings depict abstract expression. Later on she became a precisionist. It is a form of art in which emphasis is on the geometry of the object painted.

The subjects of O'Keefe's paintings vary over time. She says about the subjects that she painted about "I find that I have painted my life, things happening in my life, without knowing."

Georgia started off with painting flowers. The flowers were usually big in size as if the viewer was seeing them through a magnifying glass. Her philosophy behind magnifying the flowers was that people do not have the time to sit back and enjoy the beauty of a flower so she enlarged them, hence making it difficult to ignore the flowers. When she moved to New York City she began painting the city life and its buildings. The subject of her paintings changed when she moved to New Mexico where she was enthralled by the rugged landscape. She began painting the natural beauty of New Mexico. Georgia was fascinated by the bones of dead animals which she used to pick up and later on painted them. This served as another one of her painting's subjects.

Long Pink Hills
Long Pink Hills is an oil painting done by Georgia O'Keeffe in 1940. It shows a range of hills in the distance which are painted in pink colour. One of the hill tops is painted white which shows that it is covered in snow. The painting has a clear blue sky in the backdrop. It might be showing the loneliness that the painter feels.

Mule's Skull with Pink Poinsettias
This is an oil painting completed in 1937 and it is one of the paintings which depict the artists' obsession with bones. It shows a mule's skull and pink flowers. The artist wants to tell the viewer that the desert can take its toll on anyone although it might appear majestic.

Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings bring a refreshing feeling to the house. Her paintings about flowers are brimming with colour and her paintings about cities and landscapes can give the viewer a hope to live a happy and successful life.