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Andrew Wyeth Rural Holiday Print

Andrew Wyeth Rural Holiday Print

Andrew Wyeth 'South Cushing'  1955 tempera on panel by Plum leaves, via Flickr

Andrew Wyeth 'South Cushing' 1955 tempera on panel Andrew Wyeth [American Contemporary Realist Painter,

Jamie Wyeth, Thief, (1996).  Jamie is breaking away from the subdued colors his father uses and experimenting with brighter paint.

Thief, Jamie Wyeth Jamie is breaking away from the subdued colors his father uses and experimenting with brighter paint.

Andrew Wyeth 'Weatherside' 1965 tempera on panel by Plum leaves, via Flickr

Andrew Newell Wyeth This looks like a lighthouse on Mohegan island in Maine that I did a painting of

Andrew Wyeth 'Faraway' (Jamie Wyeth) 1952 drybrush tempera    Artist's son, Jamie. "Faraway" is one of Wyeth’s first dry-brush paintings. It was begun as a watercolor, with dry-brush technique for the fur cap.

Andrew Wyeth 'Faraway' (Jamie Wyeth) 1952 drybrush tempera an excellent print of this was in my grandmother's house in Pennsylvania when I was a girl. It makes me think of my uncles who grew up right in the same neighborhood where this was painted.

Andrew Wyeth.  The Wyeths are a multi-generational family of artists and painters, beginning with N.C. Wyeth and continuing with Jamie Wyeth and others.

andrew wyeth I saw N. Wyeth's work, Jamie Wyeth's work and Andrew Wyeth's tempera paintings in Chadd's Ford, Pa. with a young friend. One of my favorite art experiences.

Realism. Any art in which the goal is to portray forms in the natural world in a highly representational manner. Specifically, an art style of the mid 19th century, which fostered the ideas that everyday people and events are worthy subjects for important art.

Andrew Newell Wyeth – Christina Olson, 1947 1947 tempera on panel 32 x 24 inches Curtis Galleries, Minneapolis, MN.

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