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Who knew that Georgia O’Keeffe made war paintings? She steals the show with a small and very moving watercolor, “The Flag,” of 1918. It depicts an all-red flag fluttering against a navy-blue sky and looks like an object that is bleeding to death. O’Keeffe’s kid brother, Alexis, served in the war, and she once said that her goal was to paint a flag “trembling in the wind like my lips when I’m about to cry.”
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