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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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O'Keeffe, Georgia. Lovingly, Georgia: The Complete Correspondence of Georgia O'Keeffe & Anita Pollitzer.
(9) Georgia O'Keeffe, Georgia (New York: Viking Press, 1976).