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A4 Sketchbook - Oriental Poppies

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item code: 18518

Be inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe to create your own artworks. This sketchbook features a beautiful reproduction of one of O’Keeffe’s best loved flower paintings, Oriental Poppies, on the front cover and is made of high quality paper, perfect for sketching or making small paintings.

O’Keeffe was constantly inspired by nature and is best known for her paintings of magnified flowers, animal skulls and the desert landscapes of New Mexico.

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