Book Review: Georgia O’Keefe and Her Houses

Book Review: Georgia O’Keefe and Her Houses

Georgia O’Keefe and Her Houses

I thought this book was wonderfully well done and give it five stars. Georgia O’Keefe had made $1,000,000 by 1929 on selling her art, and she spent it on these two sparse homes with fabulous views where she had space to think and create.

I photographed some of my favorite images in this lavish book and share them as a teaser below. I include some of the artist, her homes, some text from the book and some photos with accompanying paintings of the surroundings.

I soaked up each page and every photo. You’ll enjoy this book if you are interested in art or architecture; it is a terrific mix of both.

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Georgia O’Keefe and Her Houses

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