The Museum’s collection contains over 3,000 works of art. Foremost among those items are over 1,000 works by O’Keeffe herself, comprising the largest repository of her work available to the public in a single institution. Subjects range from the artist’s iconic flowers and bleached desert skulls to nudes, landscapes, cityscapes, …
The online photography collection contains photographs from both the Museum’s Fine Art collection and the archives collections. The bulk of the online collection includes photographs by known and anonymous photographers of Georgia O’Keeffe from childhood to old age, her New Mexico properties, her friends and pets, as well as the …
The archives at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Research Center house hundreds of letters to and from Georgia O’Keeffe. The bulk of the letters were written by Georgia O’Keeffe and addressed to Alfred Stieglitz, Maria Chabot or Claudia O’Keeffe. This is a growing collection and additional materials will be made available online as …
The Georgia O’Keeffe Personal Tangible Property Archive consists of the artist’s art materials (brushes, easels, frames, paints, pastels, etc.); found objects that became subjects in works (bones, rocks, shells); clothing and household furnishings.
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In 2004, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Research Center acquired an extensive archival collection from Professor William Innes Homer, one of America’s most important and well-known scholars of American art. Homer received his doctoral degree in art history from Harvard in 1961, and after teaching at Princeton and Cornell, joined the …
The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum provides online access to digital publications, images and objects representing select items from the Museum’s Art Collection and Research Center Archives.
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