Eva Cassidy: Autumn Leaves

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Jean-Philippe Rameau: Cinquième Concert, La Cupis

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Georgia O’Keeffe: White Rose with Larkspur No. I (1927)

“In 1927, O’Keeffe created five paintings of white roses, including the present work and White Rose with Larkspur No. II, in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. This composition was no doubt one of the artist’s favorites—she hung the related work in her bedroom in Abiquiu, New Mexico, before it was acquired by the…

Georgia O’Keeffe: Autumn Leaves, Lake George (1924)

O’Keeffe collected organic souvenirs, from stones and shells to feathers and bones, and at Lake George she delighted in gathering leaves that appealed to her for the striking diversity of their shape and coloring… Autumn Leaves, Lake George, presents a bed of overlapping oak leaves whose forms are isolated and details magnified, drawing attention to…

Mariam Batsashvili: Serenade

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Georgia O’Keeffe: Blue Flower (1918)

“One of the pioneers of American modernism, Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) was a member of Alfred Stieglitz’s circle of progressive artists who made it their mission to create a new and distinctly American art. She was one of the few women in the group and, to her frustration, contemporary critics often highlighted the ability of her work to express  “femaleness.” In 1922 she…