Morning Glory with Black / Georgia O'Keeffe / 1926.
Georgia O'Keeffe - Pink Tulip, 1926.
“..she doesn’t excite or inspire me at all. I like her but miss the artist in her--If she would let loose and really be herself--minus affectation--I believe Id like it better--I believe an artist is the last person in the world who can afford to be affected.” --Georgia O’Keeffe to Anita Pollitzer from Charlottesville, August 25, 1915
“--Out the very large window to the rich green alfalfa field--then the sage brush and beyond--a most perfect mountain--it makes me feel like flying--and I don’t care what becomes of Art--” --Georgia O’Keeffe to Henry McBride, from Taos, Summer 1929, Georgia O'Keeffe. Shell on Red, 1931