For many people, Georgia O'Keeffe represents the American dream and the independent woman. She is among a handful of modern American painters that have achieved striking global acceptance and praise.
Born 15 November 1887 in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, she died on 6 March 1986 in Santa Fe, New Mexico
She began seriously studying art in 1907 at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
She got to know the American West when she became an art supervisor and teacher in Amarillo, Texas in 1912. Many of her most famous paintings depict the rugged terrain of that part of the United States.
However, although she is closely identified with New Mexico but she was also a sophisticated New Yorker.
On 11 December 1924, she married photographer Alfred Stieglitz and remained his wife until his death more than two decades later.
Although she spent a great deal of time alone in the 1930s, she never formally abandoned him.
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