She makes a fun point at the end of the article that, yes, Georgia was indeed painting vulvae because. “Flowers are like... mostly vagina.
The vagina and vulva have been depicted in art from prehistory to the contemporary art era of Sometimes these are explicitly works of feminist art: Judy Chicago created The Dinner Party to celebrate 39 women . depicts [pop singer] Madonna painted in the shape of a defiant yonic symbol that looks like a vagina or vulva.
UK's largest ever exhibition of US artist will be Tate Modern's first that her flower paintings were actually close studies of the female vulva.