Ida O’Keeffe

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  • Hardcover
  • 160 pages
  • Ida O’Keeffe
  • Sue Canterbury
  • 13 December 2018
  • 9780300214567

About the Author: Sue Canterbury

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Ida O’Keeffe This Is The First Publication Devoted To Ida Ten Eyck O Keeffe 1889 1961 , The Younger Sister Of Georgia O Keeffe It Presents A Thoughtful Consideration Of Ida S Personal History And Her Creative Work As A Professionally Trained Artist, Graduating With An MFA From Columbia In 1932, Ida Crafted An Artistic Identity That Was Dynamic And Distinct In Style And Subject Matter From That Of Her Celebrated Sibling The Positive Critical Attention She Received Became A Source Of Tension Between Her And Georgia, Who Was Determined That There Would Be Only One Painter In The Family Ida S Complex Relationship With Georgia And Alfred Stieglitz, Though Once Loving And Close, Eventually Devolved Into Estrangement This Volume Illustrates Works By Ida, Including Oils, Watercolors, And Monotypes, And Examines Their Merits As Well As Their Place Within The Aesthetics Of American Modernism During The 1920s And 1930s.

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12 thoughts on “Ida O’Keeffe

  1. Lisa says:

    The draw here is in its subtitle most will be surprised to discover that Georgia O Keeffe had a sister an accomplished painter and printmaker herself at all This slim book essentially serves as a catalog supporting the artist s first major retrospective, which premiered at the Dallas Museum of Art where author Sue Canterbury is Associate Curator of American Art and will continue on a national tour The narrative, with contributions from several art historians, reads like museum wall text resolutely on topic, focused on Ida s artistic style and employment, notably a series of teaching jobs that may have prevented her from devoting time to her art Canterbury is faithful to her limited source material, offering the reader a life story that is clearly accurate but also somewhat dry Save a flirtatious correspondence with Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia s husband and supporter, Ida chiefly comes to life through the abundant and vivid reproductions of her art a...