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“Working primarily in watercolor and egg tempera, Wyeth specializes in transforming simple rural settings into dramatic evocations of isolation and longing… The Helga Series may be his finest achievement." – Dorothy Shinn, Beacon Journal “This is Wyeth at his best.” – Bob Keefer, The Register-Guard
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Andrew Wyeth was a widely celebrated American artist who specialized in realist watercolor and tempera paintings of people and landscapes. View Andrew Wyeth’s 985 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available works on paper, prints and multiples, and paintings for sale and learn about the artist.
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www.facebook.com/MiaFeigelson "Light wash" (1961) By Andrew Wyeth, from Pennsylvania, US (1917 - 2009) - watercolor on paper; 30 1/4 x 22 in - Place of creation: Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, US © The Cummer Museum of Arts & Gardens, Jacksonville, Florida, US Gift of Ms. Gillian Attfield, AG.1980.6.1. © Andrew Wyeth www.cummer.org/ www.facebook.com/TheCummerMuseum "In 'Light wash', the scene is set in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania and shows the backside of a house, with a laundry line hanging…
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When we are stuck indoors, it can seem like our options for things to draw are limited. However, many everyday subjects can be rich with inspiration. Window views are ever changing, and can be used in a variety of ways. There's the view from the window it
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"In the portrait of that house, the windows are eyes or pieces of the soul almost. To me, each window is a different part of Christina's life...there's an upstairs window that has a pink feeling. That's her bedroom. I wanted each one of these windows to tell part of the whole story-they were not just stuck in there by chance. Each has its specific role in helping to explain the overall personality of the portrait of the house and its occupants." ...there is a piece of glass that's dropped…
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