Jack-in-the-Pulpit No. IV, O?Keeffe (ASL)
O?Keeffe, an important artist in the development of American modernism, is best known today for her abstracted representations of flowers. This painting is one of a series of six depictions of jack-in-the-pulpit flowers, which the artist would have found near her husband?s family estate in Lake George, New York. Each painting in the series zooms in closer to the center of the flower and becomes more abstract.
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