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1. Admired by many women artists as a pioneer in the mostly male art world, Georgia O'Keeffe lived and worked without regard to social conventions are artistic trends.
2. One of the most admired American artists of the twentieth century, her color saturated images of cactus flowers, bleached bones, and pale skies are widely reproduced.
3. Growing up in Wisconsin, art was always important to her.
4. Defending her gifted student to the principal, one of her teachers said, "When the spirit moves Georgia, she can do more in a day than you or I can do in a week."
5. Without informing her, some of O'Keeffe's drawings were exhibited by Alfred Stieglitz at his 291 Gallery.
6. Marrying in 1924, O'Keeffe and Stieglitz enjoyed one of the most fruitful collaborations of the modernist era.
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Henry Matisse and Pablo Picasso are considered often to have been the formative artists of the twentieth century. Although rivals for most of their careers, a traveling exhibit called "Matisse Picasso" exhibited their work side by side in museums in London, Paris, and New York.
Picasso's work may in comparison to Matisse's be more disturbing, and some say it is, in addition, more daring and experimental. Yet Matisse too, with his use of vivid colors and distorted shapes, was a daring innovator.
Looking for similarities, the works of both artists suggest an underlying anxiety. Yet each in different ways responded to this anxiety. Matisse painted tranquil yet often emotionally charged domestic scenes, whereas Picasso fought his inner ears with often jarringly disquieting images, by contrast.