Framed Art Print
Item #: 13218913A
15" x 12"
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High-quality printing gives this fine art print its vivid and sharp appearance. Produced on medium weight cover stock, this art reproduction is coated with a silken finish that protects the inks and creates an elegant look. The versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.
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Prior to the advent of photographic cropping, landmark modernist painter Georgia O’Keeffe (1887 – 1986) produced “Poppy” and other large-scale works, creating fantastically magnified images which completely dominated the canvas. Shunning artistic realism as inauthentic and confusing, O’Keeffe believed that true artistic meaning was only achieved through selection, elimination and emphasis of specific details. “Poppy,” an early venture in her trademark series of flower paintings, remains one of her most popular works, even being reproduced as a postage stamp.
Georgia O’Keeffe (1887 – 1986) was a groundbreaking Modernist painter who digressed from realism to express her own visionary style. Raised in rural Wisconsin, which gave her a love of nature and formed the basis for her revolutionary artwork, O’Keefe is best known for flower paintings which made up a significant percentage of her work. Expressing what she felt, rather than what she had been taught, O’Keeffe painted enormous close-ups of flowers, transforming their contours into fascinating abstractions, and highlighting their importance in a manner that commanded attention. One of the most influential and innovative artists of the 20th century, O’Keeffe was the first woman to have her own exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
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