I rented Georgia O'Keeffe, last night; it was a good made for TV movie. Years ago, I read a biography about her, mostly because of my interest in her husband, Alfred Stieglitz. All the reading I've done on Stieglitz portrayed him as a controlling womanizer. The movie was a good representation and stayed close to everything I've read. I think some information that was left out was important, like the big summer house on Lake George, where they summered, belonged to friends. And that most of the Stieglitz income came from O'Keeffe. It was through the biographies of both that I became a fan of O'Keeffe's work.
Today's post is a tribute to Georgia O'Keeffe. I recommend the Georgia O'Keeffe video, Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons do a great job as well as Tyne Daly playing the part of Mabel Dodge.