“Lake George by Early Moonrise” (1930) by Georgia O’Keeffe (24 x 36 inches). “I have painted — green — green today. That landscape out my window. I always paint it — but I have to try it again — it’s so lovely now,” O’Keeffe once wrote to her husband, Alfred Stieglitz, regarding the landscape in this painting.
“Lake George by Early Moonrise” (1930) by Georgia O’Keeffe (24 x 36 inches). “I have painted — green — green today. That landscape out my window. I always paint it — but I have to try it again — it’s so lovely now,” O’Keeffe once wrote to her husband, Alfred Stieglitz, regarding the landscape in this painting. Provided by American Federation of Arts
“Lake George by Early Moonrise” (1930) by Georgia O’Keeffe (24 x 36 inches). “I have painted — green — green today. That landscape out my window. I always paint it — but I have to try it again — it’s so lovely now,” O’Keeffe once wrote to her husband, Alfred Stieglitz, regarding the landscape in this painting. Provided by American Federation of Arts

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