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Maria Chabot--Georgia O'Keeffe correspondence, 1941-1949 /
- "This volume presents a portrait of the friendship between Maria Chabot (1913-2001) and American artist Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986) seen through the lens of their personal correspondence to each other. For four summers beginning in 1941, when O'Keeffe was in New Mexico, Chabot lived with the artist at Ghost Ranch, managing her house and guests, and organizing the famed camping-painting trips from which came some of O'Keeffe's most distinguished works of the period. In 1946, Chabot agreed to conceive and oversee the reconstruction of a ruined adobe house in New Mexico that would become O'Keeffe's permanent home in 1949. During the periods when O'Keeffe was in New York where she lived with her husband, famed photographer Alfred Stieglitz, the two women wrote each other with remarkable frequency. Their letters describe their love for northern New Mexico, the hardships of life there during World War II, and their interactions with the diverse cultural groups of the region. The letters also offer insights into the women's very different ways of dealing with the world and their differing perceptions of a complex and sometimes tempestuous friendship."
- "Records and correspondence"
- "Records and correspondence"@en
- "Lettres (Descripteur de forme)"
- "Lettres (Descripteur de forme)"@en
- "Maria Chabot, Georgia O'Keeffe : correspondence, 1941-1949 /"
- "Maria Chabot -- Georgia O'Keeffe : correspondence, 1941 - 1949 /"
- "Maria Chabot--Georgia O'Keeffe correspondence, 1941-1949 /"@en
- "Maria Chabot--Georgia O'Keeffe : correspondence, 1941-1949 /"