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Georgia nous fait ‘keeffer’

Georgia O’Keeffe décrit ses peintures comme des pièces détachées. Chaque morceau pourrait être un tableau à lui seul. Mais l’artiste aime assembler pour créer des œuvres dignes des plus belles poésies. 289 more words


Artwork of the Day - 11/16/15 (Head with Broken Pot, Georgia O'Keeffe)

Daily Artwork — “Head with Broken Pot, Georgia O’Keeffe, 1942”

Use the images posted in this feature for writing prompts, warm-up activities, drawing templates or as part of an  27 more words


Colors and shapes #298

“I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way.”

Georgia O’Keeffe

Technicolor World

Although the trade name “Technicolor” conjures up images of mid-century Hollywood, the process was actually invented in 1916 and developed over  subsequent decades.

Early Technicolor was a complicated process, using a prism beam-splitter behind the camera lens to simultaneously expose two consecutive frames of a single strip of black-and-white negative–one behind a red filter, the other behind a green filter. 355 more words

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Your world ~

“When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it’s your world for the moment.
I want to give that world to someone else. 32 more words


Who Were They? The Truth Behind Stieglitz’s Iconic Photograph 'The Steerage' Revealed

Everything you think you know about one of the most famous photographs in history is wrong.

Alfred Stieglitz’s 1907 The Steerage is famous around the world as perhaps the classic representation of the 20th-century immigrant arriving in America from Europe for the first time. 954 more words