Georgia O’Keeffe once remarked, “What is my experience of the flower if not color?” This painting of two calla lilies is an extraordinary example of her floral compositions, made of sweeping, broad waves of subtly blended hues. The white petals, highlighted in green, are arranged against a pink backdrop, and from each one emerges a bright yellow pistil.
- Museum exclusive
- 16" x 12"
- Printed on heavy cover stock paper and packaged in a clear sleeve with backing board
- Made in USA