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O'Keeffe

 (ō-kēf′), Georgia 1887-1986.
American painter known especially for her sensuous close-up paintings of flowers and plants, including Black Iris (1926), and for her landscapes.
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O'Keeffe

(əʊˈkiːf)
n
(Biography) Georgia. 1887–1986, US painter, best known for her semiabstract still lifes, esp of flowers: married the photographer Alfred Stieglitz
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O'Keeffe

(oʊˈkif)

n.
Georgia, 1887–1986, U.S. painter.
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The skull stretches out as if over a paddock half-door to be stroked by Georgia after taking a carrot-- Stieglitz photographs O'Keeffe's fingers moving down, between the eye orbits, the nasal passages, to its lower jaw which O'Keeffe strokes, stopping at a back molar.
In 1939, the late Georgia O'Keeffe (November 15, 1887--March 6, 1986) was among the most famous artists in the United States when she accepted a commission from the Hawaiian Pineapple Company to produce two paintings for advertising campaigns.
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In Mary McCarthy's The Group (1963), a novel set amid the bohemian swirl of 1930s New York, there's a minor character whose tastes are telling: she's having an affair with a married man, has a dog called Nietzsche, and on the walls of her apartment are 'framed reproductions of Georgia O'Keeffe's vulval flowers'.
WATERFORD goalkeeper Stephen O'Keeffe kicks to touch when asked if there's a streak of madness in his family.
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As the facilitator of a developmental art program for preschoolers, I decided to use the cases as the "canvas" for our project: exploring the flower paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe.
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