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Who were Georgia O'Keeffe's parents?
I have always loved my husbend;)
Georgia O'Keeffe's facial features included black hair, blue eyes and high cheekbones.
Looking at her paintings you realise she has painted very many kinds of flowers. She does not seem to have a favorite.
Georgia used oil on canvas to paint Poppy
Georgia O'Keeffe's father, Francis Calixtus O'Keeffe died when he fell off of a roof in Petersburg, Virginia on November 5, 1918. Georgia's mother, Ida (Totto) O'Keeffe, died …May 2, 1916 of tuberculosis, at her home in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Of course prices vary, but some have sold for over two million dollars.
Georgia was one of seven children of Francis Calixtus and Ida (Totto) O'Keeffe ---Francis C., Jr.; Georgia Totto; Ida Ten Eyck; Anita Natalie; Alexius Wyckoff; Catherine Blanc…he; and Claudia Ruth.
Francis Calyxtus O'Keeffe and Ida Totto O'Keeffe
Over 2000 paintings.
She became increasingly frail in her old age, she lived to the age of 98.
Georgia O'Keeffe liked to paint flowers. Period. Any perceived sexual connotation is strictly in the eyes of the beholder.
her last oil painting was The Beyond 1972
Her husband and his photographer colleagues.
Her parents, Francis Calyxtus O'Keeffe and Ida Totto O'Keeffe, were dairy farmers. Her father was of Irish descent. Ida Totto's father, George Victor Totto, for whom Georgia O…'Keeffe was named, was a Hungarian count who came to America in 1848 Georgia was the first girl and the second of seven O'Keeffe children. She married Alfred Stieglitz in 1924
Georgia O'Keeffe mainly concentrated on painting different types of flowers. There were a very large variety which she would choose to paint and was definitely well known in h…er time. She also painted cow skulls which was very unusuall in 1931. She was well remembered by these paintings because not many painters would choose to paint a picture of a cow skull. Yes, do you have a question?
In 1949 her move to New Mexico influenced Georgia to produce some of her beat known works- larger than life (still lifes of desert scenery and flowers.)