Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986) painted sweeping, near-abstract representations of flowers, still lifes and barren landscapes. By magnifiying her compositions she was able to "fill the space in a beautiful way", cropping out the inessential in order to focus purely on shape and colour.
Known as the 'mother' of American Modernism, O'Keeffe's work 'Jimson Weed' (1932) is the most expensive painting by a female artist ever sold at auction.
Her immersive close-ups translate into captivating prints in our collection.
Greer A. Verified
Very pleased with the quality of the image; the colour rendition is excellent. The paper is a good stout weight, with a pleasing fine surface finish.