Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Note: The rigid, calcareous material that is white in color and forms the skeleton of vertebrates; primarily composed of calcium hydroxyapatite with smaller amounts of calcium carbonate, calcium fluoride, magnesium phosphate, and ossein, a high molecular weight protein. Bones have a concentric structure with central lymphatic canals surrounded by a spongy lamellar region protected by a dense outer cortex. Bone has been carved and used since ancient times for many purposes, including fish-hooks, spear heads, needles, handles, and art objects. Bones were also burnt to produce bone black and boiled to produce bone glue. Bone can be distinguished from ivory by being generally whiter, more porous, and less dense.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Georgia O'Keeffe, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, 1968
Item — See Curatorial
Overview Portrait of O'Keeffe standing in profile in the landscape, in front of an easel with a blank canvas and a rams skull with horns; O'Keeffe is wearing a blue jean jacket with her hair pulled back in a bun.
O'Keeffe sitting at Ghost Ranch, 1968
Item — Box 10
Scope and Content Note From the Collection: This collection contains over 1100 photographs, including copy prints, contact sheets, film, and Polaroids relating to the life and work of Georgia O'Keeffe. The collection includes photography by O'Keeffe that reflects her daily life and photography interests, as well as photography of O'Keeffe and her properties, artwork, and travel. A small portion of the collection relates to The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation and the catalogue raisonne. Copy prints in the collection are often by fine art...