Georgia O'Keeffe's iconic paintings of flowers and haunting depictions of the American southwest have secured her position as the most significant American female artist of the twentieth century. O'Keeffe, often linked with her husband Alfred Stieglitz, credits the American modernist painter Arthur Dove as having the most significant role in the formation of her abstract works. Dove/O'Keeffe is the first exhibition to explore Dove's role in O'Keeffe's early artistic development as well as O'Keeffe's influence on his work. The Clark is the exclusive venue for this exhibition that features 60 major oil paintings, watercolors, drawings, and pastels from 1910 to the early 1940s.

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Georgia O'Keeffe, "Blue I," 1916. Watercolor on paper. Private collection [© 2009 Georgia O'Keeffe Museum / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]

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