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Andrew Wyeth

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Evening at Kuerner'sAndrew Wyeth prints
 

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Around the CornerAndrew Wyeth prints
 

WYATC


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19 1/2" x 25 1/2" - print size $32

24" x 30" - double-matted and framed size  $159



 
 

Ides of MarchAndrew Wyeth prints
 

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19" x 31 1/2" - print size $32

24" x 36" - double-matted and framed size $189




 
 

EasterlyAndrew Wyeth art
 

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19" x 26" - print size $32

24" x 30" - double-matted and framed size $169


 


GeraniumsAndrew Wyeth
 

Print Size: 15.25" x 20.5" $20

Framed Size 20"x 25" $149


  
 

The MillAndrew Wyeth
 

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Ground Hog DayWyeth
 

Print Size: 18" x 17.5" $18

Framed Size: 22" x 22" $149

 
 

Wolf RiversAndrew Wyeth prints
 

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13 1/4" x 12 3/4" - print size $20

18" x 19" - double-matted and framed size  $109


 
 

Big RoomAndrew Wyeth prints
 

WYBR


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20" x 26 3/4" - print size $32

25" x 31 3/4" - framed size $179



 




Master BedroomWyeth open edition art
 

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10 3/4" x 15"-small print size $18

16" x 20"-double matted and framed size $69




18" x 25" - large print size $28


24" x 30"- double-matted and framed size $159







 

May BasketAndrew Wyeth Open Edition Art
 

WYMBT


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10 1/2" x 13 1/4" - print size $25

16" x 20" - double-matted and framed size  $69


 

Christina's WorldWyeth open edition art
 

WYCW


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18" x 26" - print size $18

24" x 30" - double-matted and framed size  $139


 

 

Artist Biography
Andrew Wyeth-the American painter noted for his interpretations of the people and the austere rural landscapes of Pennsylvania and Maine.  He was born in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and was trained by his father, the illustrator and muralist Newell Convers Wyeth.  Andrew Wyeth held his first one-man show at the age of twenty and scored an immediate success.   His media are chiefly watercolor and tempera.  His colors are predominantly subtle  shades of brown and gray.  In his compositions, he displays technical brilliance, realism and affection for his subjects.
Among Wyeth's best-known works are Christina's World (1948, Museum of Modern Art, New York City), Her Room (1963, Farnsworth Museum, Rockland, Maine) and Spring Fed (1967, W.E. Weiss, Jr. Collection).  Perhaps the most popular painter of his day, he received the U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1963, and in 1970 he became the first living artist to be accorded an exhibition in the White House.  In 1986, 240 previously unknown works, all studies of a woman named Helga, were revealed to the public for the first time.   Andrew Wyeth's son, James Browning Wyeth, is also an artist.