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Make an oil on canvas reproduction of Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings
Making reproductions of Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings is not the most complicated.
She works her paintings without really depth and successive layers, with voluptuous lines, but well defined.
Shimmering colors are the part of Georgia O'Keeffe's canvases that you have to pay attention to during reproduction, she wants us to participate in her vision of nature,
it is therefore a question of respecting the tones and their harmonies, in order to preserve the sense of the canvas.
Apart from that, the reproduction of O'Keeffe's paintings is not a technical challenge per se.
Georgia O'Keeffe's style
Although influenced by other artists and photographers, and herself a leading figure in the American modernist movement, O'Keeffe followed her own artistic vision, choosing to paint the subjects that interested her in a way that expressed her own experience and feelings.
His career, which spanned eight decades, included subjects that ranged from the skyscrapers of New York to the vegetation and landforms of Hawaii, to the mountains and deserts of New Mexico.
Organic shapes and objects from nature was what inspired her the most, and she is best known for her large formats and close-ups of flowers.
Characteristics of Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings
- O'Keeffe loved the forms nature took. She could wander for miles in the sunny New Mexico desert, just to pick up stones and bones bleached in the sun.
- Most of the shapes she painted are simplified and sculptural, with rounded angles like the adobe houses in New Mexico, where she lived for many years.
- The lines of his paintings are curved and sinuous like the meanders of a river.
- O'Keeffe created a unique blend of Realism and Abstraction. Although working on recognizable subjects, and made them abstract by painting in a way all his own.
- The positive and negative forms of most of his paintings are simple and graphic. The forms are easily distinguishable and clean, even in his urban paintings of New York, like New York with Moon (1925).
- She was interested in size scales and experimented on them. She painted huge flowers for people to notice and experience the same way she did. Some of his canvases display objects in the foreground in enormous size, which make them appear monumental, while the objects in the background are greatly diminished, as in his paintings of bones in the desert sky. See Pelvis with the distance (1943).
- She used photographic techniques, such asmagnification (zoom) and cropping. It amplified (magnifying) flowers and crop them, zooming in on them and filling the canvas, using techniques discovered by photographers. By making zooms (macro magnification) on her subjects and by reframing them, she created abstract compositions.
- O'Keeffe loved bright, bold and intense colors. She often used bright colors, mostly blues, yellows, greens, reds and purples.
- She often painted her subjects flat, with an emphasis on form, rather than its three-dimensional rendering. His paintings share the same luminosity, as if everything had been painted at midday.
- O'Keeffe's landscapes are painted frontally, using horizontal bands of intense color, much like the hills of New Mexico.
- His paintings are empty of human presence. They express the essence of his inner vision, without distraction brought by the Human element. Like his individualistic and reclusive personality, his painting bears the marks of peaceful solitude.
- Some of his later works bear the marks of Surrealism, with skulls floating in the sky.
- His paintings are not so much about the illusion of space or form, as about shapes, lines and colors. His painting style was influenced by Zen Buddhism and the simplicity of Japanese art. In general, she let herself be carried away by her unique vision and created iconic works that make her one of the greatest American artists.
I have only one desire as a painter - that is to paint what I see, as I see it, in my own way, without worrying about the desires or taste of professional art dealers or collectors.
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