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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Ms Katherine Hoffman
  • ISBN:
    0807614270
  • ISBN13:
    978-0807614273
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  • Publisher:
    George Braziller; First Edition edition (October 1, 1997)
  • Pages:
    119 pages
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    History & Criticism
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Elements of music and dance found in Georgia O'Keeffe's work have never before been explored - until now. Shifting the focus from sexual symbolism and specific thematic imagery found in O'Keeffe's work, Katherine Hoffman brings to light the melodies and rhythms of O'Keeffe's imagery.

Beginning with O'Keeffe's early works, Hoffman brings her fresh perspective to O'Keeffe's paintings - 37 of which are richly illustrated here in color.

Georgia O'Keeffe : A Celebration of Music and Dance. by Katherine Hoffman.

A Celebration of Music and Dance. Published March 1998 by George Braziller. Dance in art, Criticism and interpretation, Music in art. People. Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986).

The early works of American artist Georgia O'Keeffe are those made before she was introduced to the principles of Arthur Wesley Dow in 1912. By age ten she had decided to become an artist. Her grandmothers, Isabella Totto and Catherine O'Keeffe, painted still lifes and flowers. Her sisters, Catherine and Ida, made and sold their paintings and Anita, another sister, also painted. When she was eleven, art lessons were arranged for her and her younger sisters, Ida and Anita, at their home.

by Ms. Katherine Hoffman . Publisher's Description. Generously illustrated with 300 images, this intriguing, beautifully written book separates the photographer's true personality from the myths surrounding him and highlights his lasting legacy: the works he left behind.

Georgia O'Keeffe's home at Ghost Ranch is surrounded by stunning landscape that is constantly changing. This time lapse shows a snow storm as it comes and goes over the Pedernal mountain and O'Keeffe's front porch. It is easy to see why this place served as an ongoing inspiration for the artist.

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Elements of music and dance found in Georgia O'Keeffe's work have never before been explored - until now. Shifting the focus from sexual symbolism and specific thematic imagery found in O'Keeffe's work, Katherine Hoffman brings to light the melodies and rhythms of O'Keeffe's imagery, suggesting new ways in which to understand her visual language. Beginning with O'Keeffe's early works, Hoffman brings her fresh perspective to O'Keeffe's paintings - 37 of which are richly illustrated here in color. She discusses the importance of O'Keeffe's milieu, where musicians and dancers were charting new territories, and where other visual artists were experimenting with musical and dance elements as well. These influences, including Kandinsky, Rodin, Alfred Stieglitz, Isadora Duncan, and Martha Graham, are fully detailed so that the reader may experience the stage upon which O'Keeffe's work appeared. The intersection of the visual arts, music, and dance is a rich one; discovering the presence of these elements in O'Keeffe's work adds new levels of meaning and enjoyment to her work.