Georgia O'keeffe
"Georgia O'keeffe has contributed to modern art and established  her self as an american icon in modern art. She was the first retrospective show of a womans art the Museum Of Modern Art. "Georgia O'Keeffe spent eighty years constructing her life as an artist who helped pave the way for the development of modernism in America."(

"Georgia O’Keeffe was active professionally as an artist from 1916 to 1984, and in 1970, when the Whitney Museum of American Art opened a retrospective exhibition of her work, she became the heroine of the feminist movement, thus positioning her in the limelight, which she had first enjoyed in the 1920s.  Whether or not artists working since then have liked or disliked her work, they acknowledge the fact that she established a place for women in an arena from which women had traditionally been excluded."(
Susan Rothenburg,Moving In Place. January 22,2010-Mayb 16,2010. 
Abstraction. May 28, 2010- September 12, 2010
Art and Art Materials. September 24,2010-May 8 2010
American Painting And The Photograph. May 20,2011-September 11,2011
The Metropolitian Museum of Art;New York
Museum of Fine Arts;Texas
Museum Of Fine Arts;Boston
Museum Of Modern Art;New York
Georgia O'Keeffe at the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
10 works by Georgia O'Keeffe
San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtThe Phillips Collection, Washington D.C.
6 works online
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City
Information about a 2009-2010 exhibition
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut

Auction Prices:
$6,166,00. Callalillies with Red Anemone.May 23, 2001
$4,076,000. Black Cross with Stars and Blue.
$3,419,500. Rams Head, Blue Morning Glory. April 25,2010

The Georgia O'keeffe musuem, Santa Fe, New Mexico