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Sarah Greenough, “Alfred Stieglitz/Claudia O'Keeffe/1922,” Alfred Stieglitz Key Set, NGA Online Editions, https://purl.org/nga/collection/artobject/35670 (accessed November 21, 2019).

 

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Remarks

Claudia O’Keeffe holds a nineteenth- or early twentieth-century mask made by the Baule or Yaure people. The mask was possibly included in an exhibition of African wood statuary held at 291 from 3 November to 8 December 1914.

Lifetime Exhibitions

A print from the same negative—perhaps a photograph from the Gallery’s collection—appeared in the following exhibition(s) during Alfred Stieglitz’s lifetime:

possibly 1923, New York (nos. 27–28, as Claudia O’Keeffe, 1922)

Inscription

by later hand, on mount, lower left verso, in graphite: 35 C

Provenance

Georgia O'Keeffe; gift to NGA, 1949.

Associated Names
O'Keeffe, Georgia
Exhibition History
2009
Man Ray: African Art and the Modernist Lens, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, October 10, 2009–January 10, 2010; University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque, February 6–May 30, 2010; University of Virginia Art Museum, Charlottesville, August 7–October 10, 2010; Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, October 30, 2010–January 23, 2011
Bibliography
2002
Greenough, Sarah. Alfred Stieglitz: The Key Set: The Alfred Stieglitz Collection of Photographs. Washington, 2002: vol. 1, cat. 730.
2009
Grossman, Wendy. Man Ray, African Art and the Modernist Lens. Exh. cat. The Phillips Collection, Washington, 2009.
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