Full Bloom: The Art And Life Of Georgia Okeeffe by Philp Hunter DrohojowskaFull Bloom: The Art And Life Of Georgia Okeeffe by Philp Hunter Drohojowska

Full Bloom: The Art And Life Of Georgia Okeeffe

byPhilp Hunter Drohojowska

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Georgia O'Keefe (1887?-1986) was one of the most successful American artists of the twentieth century: her arresting paintings of enormous, intimately rendered flowers, desert landscapes, and stark white cow skulls are seminal works of modern art. But behind O'Keeffe's bold work and celebrity was a woman misunderstood by even her most ardent admirers. This large, finely balanced biography offers an astonishingly honest portrayal of a life shrouded in myth.

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Hunter Drohojowska-Philp is a regular contributor to a number of publications, including ARTnews, Art in America, Architectural Digest, and the Los Angeles Times. This is her first book. She lives in Los Angeles.
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Title:Full Bloom: The Art And Life Of Georgia OkeeffeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:480 pages, 9.25 × 7 × 1.25 inPublished:November 15, 2005Publisher:WW NortonLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0393327418

ISBN - 13:9780393327410

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“Tells with scholarly aplomb the tale of a fiercely independent artist who stuck by her gifts through thick and thin. Drohojowska-Philp . . . allows facts to speak for themselves. The result is a moving, insightful object-lesson.” — Carey Lovelace (Ms.)

“The most complete biography we are likely to have for some time. . . . does indeed present her in full.” — Sarah Douglas (Artnet Magazine)