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Georgia O'Keeffe in Texas: A Guideby Paul H Carlson
Synopses & Reviews
Georgia O'Keeffe, a superbly gifted American artist usually associated with New Mexico, spent nearly four years in Texas, most of them in the Panhandle. She taught art in the public schools of Amarillo for two years, 1912-1914, and headed the art department at West Texas Normal College (now West Texas A and M University) in Canyon from the fall of 1916 to early 1918. She then went for a few months to Waring, Texas, northwest of San Antonio.
and#160;There are scores of books on Georgia O'Keeffe.and#160;The books are of various lengths, covering her life, art, and influence on other artists; her time spent in New Mexico; and her relationship with and marriage to Alfred Stieglitz. By comparison, however, there is little on O'Keeffe's years in Texas.
Thisand#160;book is different from previous O'Keeffe studies, as it provides a short biography of O'Keeffe on the people and events that influenced her Texas years.and#160;The authorsand#160;are neither artists nor professional art critics, but are historians of the American West who have an interest in Georgia O'Keeffe.and#160;Theyand#160;believe her years in Texas, especially the Texas Panhandle, were significant for her subsequent development as a thoroughly modern American artist. Thisand#160;book is designed to work as a guide to O'Keeffe's life and work in Texas.
PAUL H. CARLSON is Professor Emeritus of History, Texas Tech University,and#160;andand#160;retired Director, Theand#160;Texas Tech University Center for the Southwest. He has published several books and numerous articles, most of them dealing with West Texas. Carlson is an international speaker andand#160;a consultant for television productions related to history in the American West.
JOHN T. (JACK) BECKER is Subject Librarian, Texas Tech University Libraries. Becker demonstrates his passion for history through his various writings and speaking engagements.
Front Coverand#160;Photo Credit: Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe / Art Resource, NY
About the Author
Thisand#160;book will be different from previous O'Keeffe studies, providing a short biography of O'Keeffe on the people and events that influenced her Texas years. We are neither artists nor professional art critics, but as historians of the American West who have an interest in Georgia O'Keeffe we think her years in Texas, especially the Texas panhandle, were significant for her subsequent development as a thoroughly modern American artist. Theand#160;book is designed to work as a guide to O'Keeffe's life and work in Texas.
Table of Contents
List of Photos
List of Maps
Amarillo, Canyon, and the Texas Panhandle
+Arthur Stieglitz and Georgia O'Keeffe
The Influence of the Texas Panhandle on Georgia O'Keeffe, by John F. Matthews
List and Descriptions of O'Keeffe's Texas Art
Texas Gallery Exhibitions of O'Keeffe's Art
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