Georgia O’Keeffe, the pioneering modernist artist, had sensibility to spare. She lavished it on her work, of course, but she applied nearly as much to self-presentation — the clothes she wore, the places she lived and the furnishings and objects they contained. All these elements formed a single powerful aesthetic — in an era long before widespread branding, social media and Instagram marketing — that was foundational to her fame and her myth.
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