Georgia O'Keeffe (1965)
Fort Worth, Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, Georgia O'Keeffe, Mar. 17–May 8, 1966, as Above the Clouds IV, no cat. no. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Georgia O'Keeffe Exhibition, May 28–July 3, 1966, as Above the Clouds IV. Los Angeles, Rolf Nelson Gallery, late 1966–early 1967, no cat. Whitney Museum of American Art, Georgia O'Keeffe Retrospective Exhibition, Oct. 8–Nov. 29, 1970; the Art Institute of Chicago, Jan. 6–Feb. 7, 1971; San Francisco Museum of Art, Mar. 15–Apr. 30, 1971, cover (ill.), cat. 120 (New York and Chicago only). Washington DC, National Gallery of Art, Georgia O'Keeffe: Art and Letters, Nov. 1, 1987–Feb. 21, 1988; the Art Institute of Chicago, Mar. 5–June 19, 1988; Dallas Museum of Art, July 31–Oct. 16, 1988; Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nov. 19, 1988–Feb. 5, 1989, cat. 120 (Washington DC and Chicago only).
Georgia O’Keeffe (1887–1986), New Mexico, 1965; partially sold and given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1983.
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