About the Artist
Georgia O’Keeffe (1887–1986) painted voluptuous petals and other natural forms with a style that merged realism with abstraction. O’Keeffe shunned the prevalent European ideals she found constraining—a move that would lead to her worldwide popular and critical acclaim and eventually center her within American modernism. Born in Wisconsin, she moved to New York at a young age and began painting her now-iconic oversized flowers. O’Keeffe later became enamored with New Mexico and its skies, hills, weathered bones, and adobe homes, and moved there permanently.
This poster is a reproduction of the Georgia O'Keeffe painting Lake George, Autumn (1927), depicting the upstate New York lake in seasonal autumn colors.
- 24 x 38 inches