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About Andrew Wyeth - American Artist
Introducing Andrew Wyeth and his Paintings
Find out about Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) - one of the USA's most popular and celebrated artists.
Wyeth was an American Contemporary Realist Painter who worked mainly in watercolor and/or egg tempera. He died on 16th January 2009 age 91.
This compendium provides an introduction to Andrew Wyeth and links to resources where you can find out more about his life and work. These include: official websites, past exhibitions in museums and art galleries, books about the artist and his work and where you can find images online.
Please note that all Andrew Wyeth's work is copyright protected
"a lifetime of paintings whose meticulous realism have captured the American consciousness, and whose austere vision has displayed the depth and dignity of rural American life."— Citation of National Medal of Arts to Andrew Wyeth on November 15, 2007
Andrew Wyeth - BIOGRAPHY
Andrew Newell Wyeth (July 12, 1917 - January 16, 2009) was an extremely well-known American Artist who was extremely popular in the middle of the twentieth century.
He painted one of the most well-known paintings in America - Christina's World (Collection of Museum of Modern Art in New York City)
However his the representational nature of his work fell out of favour with the contemporary art critics and scholars and his work was typically ignored by them from the 1960s onwards despite an enduring popularity with the public. However Wyeth - who always said he painted for himself - continued to paint until just before his death and continued to delight his admirers, collectors, and the public which loved his paintings.
He was born in in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania in the Brandywine Valley near Philadelphia. He was the youngest child of artist and illustrator and artist N.C. Wyeth - who illustrated many of the adventure story books of the early 20th century such as "Treasure Island" and "The Last of the Mohicans." His father provided him with early lessons in art
In 1937, at the age of 20, his first solo exhibition of watercolour paintings at the Macbeth Gallery in New York sold out. This indicated how popular his paintings were to become during the rest of his career.
Wyeth married Betsy James in 1940 having met her in Maine in 1939. She was a huge influence on him after his father died and managed his affairs. They had two sons Nicholas and Jamie - with Jamie also becoming an artist.
He was identified by Time Magazine in 1950 as being one of the greatest American artists. He became symbolic for some as the artist representing the real and representational and was ranged against the new vanguard of expressionist painters such as Jackson Pollock
In 1986, Wyeth made public a collection of 246 artworks of a neighbour called Helga Testorf. These comprised drawings, studies and paintings. Two aspects which raised eyebrows were that many of the works were of a nude Helga and these had all apparently been kept secret from his wife.
Wyeth was a very popular artist with both museums (exhibitions tended to generate high attendances) and the public until the end of his life. His artwork is now in many major and important collections in the USA - including those of major museums.
Awards he received
- 1963 - the Presidential Medal of Freedom - from President John F. Kennedy (first American painter to receive this award)
- 1977 - elected to the Academie des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France (the first American painter since John Singer-Sargent)
- 1978 - asked to join the Soviet Academy of the Arts
- 1980 - elected to Britain's Royal Academy (first living American painter).
- 1988 - Congressional Gold Medal
Paperback: 168 pagesPublisher: Bulfinch (September 15, 1998)
BOOK: Andrew Wyeth: Autobiography - by Thomas Hoving and Andrew Wyeth
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I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK. I've read this book and if you like Wyeth I highly recommend you try to get hold of a copy.
The reproductions are excellent and the stories he tells about each painting ensure that you will will always look at them in future with a much better idea of how they came about.
The book presents a comprehensive retrospective of Andrew Wyeth's artwork and includes 138 tempera, drybrush, and watercolor paintings and pencil studies.
Andrew Wyeth always made it clear that he painted for himself. The book also includes a record of his interviews with Thomas Hoving, and through these Wyeth comments on the different paintings and contributes facts about their genesis and meaning, his life and his art
Andrew Wyeth - Obituaries and biographical notes
There were very many obituaries of Andrew Wyeth following his death in January 2009. I believe I've tracked down all the main ones and have included them below.
Plus the citation for his award of the National Medal of Art awarded in 2007 - two years before he died
By their very nature they provide a comprehensive biographical resource about his life and a commentary on the value of his art in America.
Andrew Wyeth, one of the most popular and also most lambasted artists in the history of American art, a reclusive linchpin in a colorful family dynasty of artists whose precise realist views of hardscrabble rural life became icons of national culture and sparked endless debates about the nature of modern art, died Jan. 16; he was 91.— New York Times - Notable Deaths of 2009
- Andrew Wyeth - National Medal of Arts | NEA
The complete official citation for the award of the National Medal of Arts in 2007 - by the National Endowment for the Arts
- Andrew Wyeth from Answers.com
Andrew (Newell) Wyeth ( b Chadds Ford, PA, 12 July 1917). American painter.
- New York Times - Andrew Wyeth, Famed and Infamous Artist, Dies at 91
Andrew Wyeth, Famed and Infamous Artist, Dies at 91By MICHAEL KIMMELMAN
- Notable Deaths of 2009 - The New York Times > Obituaries > Slide Show > Slide 47 of 54
Remembering Andrew Wyeth who died this year.
- Andrew Wyeth News - The New York Times
News about Andrew Wyeth. Commentary and archival information about Andrew Wyeth from The New York Times.
- American Painter Andrew Wyeth Dies at 91 - washingtonpost.com
Andrew Wyeth, the popular American painter of rustic landscapes, farmhouses and plain country folk whose pictures evoked a range of feelings and emotions and a nostalgic vision of times past, died at home early Jan. 16 at age 91. No cause of death wa
- BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Arts & Culture | US artist Andrew Wyeth dies at 91
Artist Andrew Wyeth, who captured the melancholy of the landscapes and people of Pennsylvania, dies at the age of 91.
- Wyeth: 'One goes as far as one's heart takes him' | Portland Press Herald
This story originally appeared in the May 1, 2005 edition of the Maine Sunday Telegram.
- American painter Andrew Wyeth dies aged 91 - Telegraph
The artist Andrew Wyeth, who portrayed the hidden melancholy of the people and landscapes of Pennsylvania's Brandywine Valley and coastal Maine in works such as "Christina's World"; died on Friday aged 91.
- Andrew Wyeth, 'Christina's World' painter, dies - CNN.com
Andrew Wyeth, the American painter perhaps best known for his painting of a young woman in a field, "Christina's World," has died, according to an official with the Brandywine River Museum in Pennsylvania.
- Reuters - Artist Andrew Wyeth dies at age 91
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Renowned American artist Andrew Wyeth, famous for landscapes of his native Pennsylvania and Maine, died on Friday, according to a spokeswoman for the Brandywine River Museum near
- Farnsworth Museum - Andrew Wyeth
The Farnsworth Art Museum is deeply saddened by the passing of the great American master Andrew Wyeth. It was in 1944, four years before the Farnsworth even opened, that the museum purchased watercolors by the emerging young artist out of a show at M
- Andrew Wyeth's Problematic Legacy - TIME
Popular and apparently antimodern, Andrew Wyeth, who died today at age 91, was the great problem figure of 20th-century American art
- Andrew Wyeth, "Christina's World" Artist, Dies At 91
Andrew Wyeth, "Christina's World" Artist, Dies At 91 - The Huffington Post
- Wyeth's World | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian Magazine
Editor's Note, January 16, 2009: In the wake of Andrew Wyeth's death at the age of 91, Smithsonian magazine recalls the 2006 major retrospective of Wyeth's work and the ongoing controversy over his artistic legacy.In the wake of his death, controvers
- Andrew Wyeth, painter of Christina's World, dies aged 91 - Times Online
Andrew Wyeth, America's "painter of the people", famous for his melancholiclandscapes of Pennsylvania and Maine, has died at the age of 91.
- Press Release issued by Brandywine Museum on the occasion of Wyeth's death
Details his life and provides comments.
- The Guardian - American painter Andrew Wyeth dies at 91
Artist known for portraying peoples' hidden melancholy dies at his home outside Philadelphia
- Ask Art - Biography of Andrew Wyeth
Biography by Frank E. Fowler, the primary dealer of the work of Andrew Wyeth.Plus references to works and images
- Bloomberg - Andrew Wyeth, Painter of 'Christina's World,' Dies (Update2)
Andrew Wyeth, the U.S. realist painter whose haunting portrait of a young woman lying in a field and gazing at a distant farmhouse became one of the iconic images of 20th-century American art, has died. He was 91.
- Notes for Andrew Newell WYETH
Notes for Andrew Newell WYETHAndrew Wyeth, the most popular American artist of the 20th century, died early today at his home in Chadds Ford. The creator of such iconic paintings as Christina's World and Wind From the Sea was 91.
- A Visit with Andrew Wyeth
"A Visit with Andrew Wyeth" -- a remembrance by Sam Torode.
The OFFICIAL Andrew Wyeth website
Mr. Wyeth's copyrights belong to his estate. Unauthorized uses of copyrighted images are not permitted.
Note: All individual paintings on this website are reproductions available from art.com
- Andrew Wyeth
This is the official website of the American artist Andrew Wyeth. It includes images, exhibition history, research resources, details of the Catalogue Raisonné and copyright information.
- Andrew Wyeth | Images
A small selection of Images by Andrew Wyeth on the official website of the American artist Andrew Wyeth.
Interviews with Andrew Wyeth
- Still Sovereign of His Own Art World - New York Times
Still Sovereign of His Own Art WorldBy RALPH BLUMENTHALPublished: February 18, 1997Andrew Wyeth is still alive. He proved it the other day by ordering a Bloody Mary, a shrimp cocktail (''Five shrimp, please'') and sweet-potato fries.Sure, he said ove
- Exclusive: Andrew Wyeth's first TV interview - Video on TODAY.com
Video on TODAY.com: April 13: NBC's Jamie Gangel talks with the famous, but reclusive American painter about a new retrospective of his work, his controversial career, and his infamous "Helga" paintings.
Paperback: 464 pages | 76 black and white and 16 colour photographs
Publisher: Harper Perennial; Reprint edition (April 21, 1998)
Andrew Wyeth: A Secret Life
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Richard Meryman's biography of the painter, Andrew Wyeth attempts to examine the character and complex personality of this famous painter - and the motivations and processes he used to produce his paintings.
The book is based on 30 years of research - including frequent visits and conversations with the artist and his family and friends.
About the Artwork
"I paint the things that emotionally mean a lot to me....
I just can't make up something.
It's got to be something I have felt."— Andrew Wyeth
Wyeth's approach to painting
Most of Wyeth's drawings and paintings stem from subject matter close to home. Most are of the people, buildings, interiors and landscapes associated with:
his studio, home, landscapes and neighbours in Chadd's Ford, Pennsylvania - where the Kueners Farm was situated. in 1948, he began painting Anna and Karl Kuerner. He also met Helga Testorf at the Kuener Farm and then painted her between 1971-85. When they were revealed to the world, there was a scandal as it was assumed she had been his lover. Leonard E.B. Andrews (1925-2009) purchased almost the entire collection of Helga Paintings so that they could be preserved as a collection - and then sold them three years later
- his summer home in Cushing, Maine - next to the Olsen Farm, where Christina Olsen lived
However his paintings also portrayed a complex and enigmatic inner life.
His father's death in a car accident in 1945 acted as a profound influence on Andrew Wyeth's subsequent style.
After the accident, his paintings:
- became more serious, metaphorical - and at time intensely emotional
- however some of the paintings are an abstracted notion of an emotional response to events and situations in his life.
- nevertheless subjects were rendered in a very realistic way
- and he began to use a muted palette
His approach to painting was to make several studies in an abstract way - using pencil or 'washy brushy' watercolour before beginning a painting proper. He painted in an apparently realistic way using watercolour, drybrush (a watercolor style in which the water is squeezed from the brush), and egg tempera.
Words used to describe his art by those who preferred more less realistic and more contemporary art were "sentimental" and "illustrative". The comments probably say more about those saying them.
“I think the great weakness in most of my work is subject matter. There’s too much of it.”— Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth and egg tempera
- Milk and Eggs: The American Revival of Tempera Painting, 1930-1950; Exhibition Summary by Mary Croni
Editor's note: The Brandywine River Museum provided source material to Resource Library Magazine for the following article or essay. If you have questions or comments regarding the source material,please contact the Brandywine River Museum directly t
- Wyeth - Christina's World by Laura Hoptman (MOMA)
When asked by a journalist in 1977 to name the most underrated and overrated artists in the history of art, the art historian Robert Rosenblum chose to submit one name for both categories: Andrew Wyeth.
- The glitter of Night Hauling: Andrew Wyeth in the 1940s - The Magazine Antiques
How do we account for the strangeness of Andrew Wyeth's art of the 1940s? How, that is, beyond discerning the surrealist undertones, finding the magic realist affinities, or seeing that Wyeth followed in a Brandywine tradition ....
VIDEO: Andrew Wyeth paints Tom Hoving - This is the only known video capturing Mr. Wyeth at work.
A Video created by Tom Hoving at Chadds Ford in 2003
VIDEO: Andrew Wyeth's watercolour works
Original Works and Exhibitions - Frank E. Fowler Representing Andrew Wyeth
This is the website of Wyeth's representative, Frank Fowler
- Andrew Wyeth Original Works
The Official site for Andrew Wyeth's Representative, Frank E. Fowler.This site includes a Chronology of Exhibitions of Andrew Wyeth's work beginning in 1936. It also includes available original work.
- Andrew Wyeth - Chronology of Exhibitions
Andrew Wyeth: Chronology of Exhibitions
"I honestly consider myself to be an abstractionist."— Andrew Wyeth
VIDEO: Andrew Wyeth paintings
Andrew Wyeth - omnibus sites
These are comprehensive omnibus - and now archival - sites about Andrew Wyethr which provide access to their own perspective on Wyeth as well as pointers to other sites providing information about Wyeth
Photographs of Andrew Wyeth
It's not too easy to track down photographs of Andrew Wyeth and/or his studios and/or his models online - but it is possible.
These are sites I've found - but I'm always happy to hear about others.
- Ralston Gallery | Rockport, Maine | Peter Ralston Photography
Peter Ralston has taken some of the best known photographs of artist Andrew Wyeth
- Andrew Wyeth: 1917 - 2009 - washingtonpost.com
American painter Andrew Wyeth, famous for capturing the people and landscapes of Pennsylvania's Brandywine River Valley, died in his sleep on Jan. 16 at the age of 91.A slideshow of photographs of him at different ages and his work
- Artist and Studio | Photos of Andrew Wyeth
Includes:* photos of Andrew Wyeth's studio in Chadds Ford* Andrew Wyeth with his well known model Helga* Andrew Wyeth in Maine* Andrew Wyeth in Chadds Ford* Wyethe family photos* photos of self portrait paintings
- New York Times - A Populist’s Legacy
Slideshow of photographs in the New York times following his death
Wyeth in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania
Wyeth and Pennsylvania
Nearly all of Wyeth's work has been about only two locations:
- The Olson farm in Maine and
- the Kuerner farm in Pennsylvania - near his home and studio in Chadd's Ford.
Location of Brandywine Museum
Brandywine River Museum 1 Hoffman's Mill Road, Chadds Ford, PA - on Google Maps
The Brandywine Museum is open Daily, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Andrew Wyeth Home and Studio at Chadd's Ford
Andrew Wyeth's Studio - Chadds Ford Studio opens to public in Summer 2012
In the summer of 2012, Andrew Wyeth's studio at Chadd's Ford was opened to the public for the first time. Wyeth's widow gave the studio to the Brandywine Museum who then restored it. Tours take place between April and mid-November - see the website listed below for more details of dates and timings. A complimentary Brandywine River Museum shuttle bus provides transportation to the Andrew Wyeth Studio.
Andrew Wyeth painted in his studio at Chadd's Ford Wyeth for nearly 70 years - from 1940 until 2008. There are very many paintings which were painted in this studio. The museums suggests that thousands of works of art are associated with this studio.
The Brandywine Museum has restored the rooms to the way they would have looked at different times when Wyeth lived and worked there. The atmosphere and palette of the the larger studio space is much the same as his paintings - austere, cool and spare.
Sources for painting around the studio include
- the Brandywine River and its valleys
- the farms and the countryside around Chadds Ford.
- Karl and Anna Kuerner's farm can be found about one mile from his parents' home in Chadds Ford.
The white clapboard that houses Andrew Wyeth's studio at Chadd's Ford used to be an old schoolhouse. It was built in 1875 as part of the Chadds Ford School District and lies just off Creek Road, south of U.S. 1. His father NC Wyeth bought it in 1925. It also served as a home for Andrew Wyeth until 1961.
Andrew Wyeth valued his privacy and there is a sign on his Studio Door which reads "I am working so please do not disturb." Plus - just in case visitors did not get the point "I do not sign autographs"!
- Brandywine River Museum - Andrew Wyeth Studio
The Chadds Ford studio where Andrew Wyeth, one of America's most significant artists, painted many of his most important works of art, will open for tours in the summer of 2012.
- Public to get inside view of Wyeth's work | Arts & Entertainment | The Kennett Times
Brandywine River Museum opening Andrew Wyeth's studio for public tours in JulyBy Mike McGann, Editor, KennettTimes.com
- Photo of Andrew Wyeth's Studio
Photo of Andrew Wyeth's studio - The Brandywine River Museum is now offering public tours of Wyeth's studio.
- Kuerner Farm Tour - Brandywine River Museum
For more than 70 years, the Kuerner Farm was a major source of inspiration to Andrew Wyeth. Beginning with his earliest painting of the farm in 1932 at the age of 15, Wyeth found vital subjects in its people, animals, buildings and landscapes for nea
- Jamie Wyeth on the Public Opening of Andrew's Wyeth's Studio | WRTI
Atruly Americanexperienceis brought to life on Saturday, July 7th, from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm, when WRTI's JillPasternak speakscandidly - on
- Stepping into Andrew Wyeth's studio, and paintings, in Chadds Ford, Pa. - Washington Post
"I am working so please do not disturb," reads the block-lettered placard. "I do not sign autographs."This warning hangs on the door of an unassuming white clapboard house in Chadds Ford,
- Andrew Wyeth's Chadds Ford studio opens to visitors - Philly.com
During the 68 years that Andrew Wyeth worked in his Chadds Ford studio building very few people aside from models got to see the room in which he painted.
- Andrew Wyeth studio in Chadds Ford, Pa., puts out welcome mat - Travel - The Boston Globe
There is a sign on the door of Andrew Wyeth's studio that indicates how much the famous painter valued his privacy. "I am working so please do not disturb,"cqit reads. Added is a preemptory "I do not sign autographs,"cqin case the would-be intruder w
- Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford opens the Andrew Wyeth studio property to the public for the
It's anything but grand - actually, it's quite modest - a white building, originally a one-room schoolhouse, enlarged by a series of add-ons and embraced by overgrown trees and shrubs.
- What Secrets Lurk in Andrew Wyeth's Studio? | Picture This | Big Think
Wyeth worked hard for his cherished privacy during his lifetime, so entering his domain even after his death feels like an intrusion. But if an artist's studio is a window into his soul, then a walk through Andrew Wyeth's tour is a journey into the d
Published: Houghton Mifflin Company (December 1976)
Wyeth at Kuerners
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This book is written by Betsy Wyeth, his wife, who explains how he works and contains 370 reproductions, 315 of which have never been reproduced before.
"In the 1980s, Mr. Wyeth was the subject of an intense media spotlight for his "Helga" series of 45 paintings and 200 sketches. These pictures, many of them nudes, were the product of hundreds of modeling sessions with a Chadds Ford neighbor, Helga Testorf, over a 15-year period. No one else, not even Mr. Wyeth's wife, had previously known about them, and their disclosure to the public was arguably the art event of the decade."— 'Washington Post' 16th January 2009
- Andrew Wyeth Prints, The Helga Collection
Andrew Wyeth prints - featuring the Helga collection."The Helga Pictures" are a fantastic compilation of tempera and dry brush paintings, watercolours and pencil studies secretly created within a span of over fifteen years. Andrew Wyeth created over
- New York Times - Leonard E. B. Andrews, Buyer of Wyeth Art, Dies at 83
Leonard E. B. Andrews, Buyer of Wyeth Art, Dies at 83By DOUGLAS MARTINPublished: January 12, 2009Leonard E. B. Andrews, who rocked the art world when he bought 240 previously unknown Andrew Wyeth works depicting a mysterious, sometimes nude woman kno
by John Wilmerding (Author), Andrew Wyeth (Artist)
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams (May 1987)
Available in hardcover and paperback, new and used
Andrew Wyeth: The Helga Pictures - Wilmerding & Wyeth
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This book is associated with the original exhibition of the Helga Pictures and has been critically acclaimed.
"What you have to do is break all the rules."— Andrew Wyeth
Wyeth in Maine
Christina's World: Paintings and Prestudies of Andrew Wyeth
This book contains rarely seen watercolors and drawings Andrew Wyeth made of his friend Christina Olson, her brother Alvaro, and the weathered Maine farmstead where they lived.
VIDEO: The Olsen House - a photo tour
A photo tour of the Olsen House, made famous in paintings and drawings by Andrew Wyeth.
Artwork on View
Andrew Wyeth in Museums and Art Galleries
ART COLLECTIONS AND EXHIBITIONS
His paintings are in the collections of many American Museums including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Arts (Boston) and the Museum of Modern Art.
He has had exhibitions at the National Gallery of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art
I've visited the Wyeth Centre in Rockland, Maine and seen Andrew Wyeth's paintings - and that of his family - at first hand. It's a very worthwhile visit for any fan of his work.
A Wyeth retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 2006 drew more than 175,000 visitors in 15 weeks, the highest-ever attendance at the museum for a living artist.
- Andrew Wyeth Online
Andrew Wyeth [American Contemporary Realist Painter, born in 1917] Guide to pictures of works by Andrew Wyeth in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
- Wyeth Center | Farnsworth Art Museum
The Farnsworth is a regional art museum in Rockland, Maine which I've visited. Its Wyeth Center exclusively features works of Andrew, N.C. and Jamie Wyeth--America's first family of art. The Wyeth Study Center collection focuses on Wyeth's works insp
- Brandywine River Museum, Andrew Wyeth, N.C. Wyeth, wyeth
Brandywine River Museum- A Museum of Regional and American Art located in Chadds Ford, PA. It contains three generations of Wyeth Art
- Museum Syndicate: Works of Art By Artist Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth's Works of Art - listed by title and date of completionLinks to images of the work
- Wyeth Vertigo: Shelburne Museum
Wyeth Vertigo examines extreme perspectives, unconventional angles and powerful narratives in 36 works by N.C., Andrew, and Jamie Wyeth, three generations of one of the most influential families in modern American art.
- Ask Art - Index of Museum references for Andrew Wyeth
Name, address and website address of all museum references relating to Andrew Wyeth
- Greenville County Museum of Art
The Greenville County Museum of Art is proud to own one of the most important public collections representing Wyeth's career. The collection is not on view at the present time.
- ART; Paying Tribute To Maine's No. 1 Summer Family - New York Times
ART; Paying Tribute To Maine's No. 1 Summer FamilyBy DEBORAH WEISGALLPublished: July 19, 1998On June 21, the Farnsworth Center for the Wyeth Family in Maine opened, a place dedicated to the work of the illustrator N. C. Wyeth, his son Andrew and Andr
Wyeth's "Soaring" - a short curatorial talk
The title of the Philadelphia exhibition, "Andrew Wyeth: Memory and Magic," alludes not only to the first major exhibition in which Wyeth was included, the "Magic Realism" show of 1943 at New York's Museum of Modern Art, but also to the importance of magic and memory in his work. "Magic! It's what makes things sublime," the artist has said. "It's the difference between a picture that is profound art and just a painting of an object."— Smithsonian Magazine (16th January 2009)
Andrew Wyeth - Exhibitions
- Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth: Chronology of Exhibitions
- Philadelphia Museum of Art - Andrew Wyeth: Memory and Magic March 29, 2006 - July 16, 2006
Andrew Wyeth: Memory and MagicMarch 29, 2006 - July 16, 2006Andrew Wyeth, one of America's most recognized and beloved artists, is the subject of a compelling retrospective that takes a fresh look at seven decades of accomplishment.The exhibition inc
- Philadelphia Museum of Art - Andrew Wyeth and the American Landscape Tradition May 27, 2006 - July 1
Andrew Wyeth and the American Landscape TraditionMay 27, 2006 - July 16, 2006Coinciding with the Andrew Wyeth: Memory and Magic exhibition, this installation draws upon the Museum's extensive holdings of landscape paintings, specifically highlighting
- NGA: American Drawings and Watercolors of the Twentieth Century: Andrew Wyeth, the Helga Pictures
May 24-September 27, 1987 140 works were on view of the more than 240 pencil drawings, watercolors, and works in tempera made by Andrew Wyeth between 1971 and 1985. Depicted was Wyeth's neighbor, Helga Testorf.
- Andrew Wyeth's Helga Pictures: An Intimate Study
Never before shown at a Midwestern museum, selections from Andrew Wyeth's acclaimed Helga series will go on view at Joslyn Art Museum on May 4, 2002.The exhibition, entitled Andrew Wyeth's Helga Pictures: An Intimate Study, will continue through Augu
- Adelson Galleries | Andrew Wyeth
Adelson Galleries:Andrew Wyeth - Helga on paper
- Brandywine Museum - Tempera Painting: A Medieval Medium Revived in 20th-Century Art
Tempera Painting: A Medieval Medium Revived in 20th-Century Art(058) From 1930 to 1950, a renaissance of the medieval technique of tempera painting occurred among many well-known American artists.A new exhibition organized by the Brandywine River Mus
- MoMA.org | The Collection | Andrew Wyeth. Christina's World. 1948
Andrew Wyeth. (American, born 1917). Christina's World. 1948. Tempera on gessoed panel, 32 1/4 x 47 3/4" (81.9 x 121.3 cm). The woman crawling through the tawny grass was the artist's neighbor in Maine, who, crippled by polio, "was limited physically
- ART REVIEW; Death, Alienation and Rural Deprivation, but With Style (April 18, 2006)
More an introduction to Mr. Wyeth's seven-decade career than a full-scale retrospective, the exhibition was organized by Anne Classen Knutson for the High Museum of Art in Atlanta in conjunction with the Philadelphia Museum.Some of Mr. Wyeth's most f
- ART REVIEW; New Light on Wyeth's Outer and Inner Landscapes - New York Times
ART REVIEW; New Light on Wyeth's Outer and Inner LandscapesBy ROBERTA SMITHPublished: May 29, 1998''Unknown Terrain: The Landscapes of Andrew Wyeth'' remains at the Whitney Museum of American Art, 945 Madison Avenue, at 75th Street, through Aug. 30.T
- Dulwich Picture Gallery - The Wyeth Family: Three Generations of American Art 9 June - 22 August 201
The Wyeth Family: Three Generations of American ArtWorks from the Bank of America Collection9 June - 22 August 2010The summer exhibition provides a rare opportunity to see works from the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Collection by one of America's mo
Andrew Wyeth in Online Galleries
Also try "Andrew Wyeth" in Google Images
- Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth - images and biography
- Artcyclopedia. - Andrew Wyeth Online
Andrew Wyeth [American Contemporary Realist Painter, born in 1917] Guide to pictures of works by Andrew Wyeth in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
- Andrew Wyeth Prints
Discusses Andrew Wyeth prints, his biography and the famous Helga pictures.
- Art by Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth's Works of Art - listed by title and date
- Art by Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth1917 AD - 2009 ADAndrew Wyeth has unfortunately passed away. He was a great artist and has left a tremendous legacy. RIP Andrew.Andrew Wyeth's Works of ArtTitleDateA Feather in Her Cap1987 ADAdrift1982 ADAirborne1996 ADAlvaro and Christin
- Art by Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth's Works of Art by Title and date
Reviews and Comments
Reviews of Andrew Wyeth
- Wyeth's World | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian Magazine
Wyeth's WorldAfter seven decades, critics still differ over Andrew Wyeth's stature as an artist. A new exhibition stirs the debate* By Henry Adams* Smithsonian magazine, June 2006
- artnet.com Magazine Features - Andrew Wyeth at 82
Andrew Wyeth at 82:Still Going with a Full Head of Steamby Thomas HovingContains images of his work
- Too Much of a Medium-Good Thing - TIME
WHAT THE HELGA?? was the headline on the New Republic Editor Michael Kinsley's story about last summer's convulsions over Andrew Wyeth. The question stands. a somewhat caustic commentary on the "Helga" series
- ARTnews - Wyeth's World
October 2005 Wyeth' s World by Deidre Stein GrebenANDREW WYETH The first retrospective in 30 years devoted to Andrew Wyeth is a sign of increasing interest in the artist on the part of critics and curators. And it may help answer a perennial question
- How Andrew Wyeth's 'Helga' went viral | Culture Monster | Los Angeles Times
The New York Times obit describes Andrews, 83, as the man "who rocked the art world when he bought 240 previously unknown Andrew Wyeth works depicting a mysterious, sometimes nude woman known as Helga. ... Mr. Wyeth had kept the Helga pictures secret
- Wall Street Journal - Weighing Andrew Wyeth
It's too soon to know if he'll stand the test of time.
- Andrew Wyeth's death offers timely opportunity for broader reappraisal | Rachel Campbell Johnston, A
When it came to the art of Andrew Wyeth, you didn't have to worry about allthat modern stuff.
- New York Times Online - For Wyeth, Both Praise and Doubt
For Wyeth, Both Praise and DoubtBy LARRY ROHTERPublished: January 16, 2009In death, as in life, the painter Andrew Wyeth continues to provoke the most diverse of reactions.Many in the art world rushed to praise Wyeth, who died on Friday at 91, as one
Blogging about Wyeth
A numbers of art bloggers and others have written blog posts about Andrew Wyeth. Most of these were created following his death in 2009.
- Gurney Journey: Andrew Wyeth: Absence and Presence
To mark the passing of Andrew Wyeth yesterday, I'd like to focus on just one aspect of his paintings: his instinct for removing elements from his compositions.
- lines and colors - Andrew Wyeth, 1917 - 2009
Andrew Wyeth, an American realist painter who in some ways epitomized the conflict between late 20th Century Modernism and the Realist tradition, died today in his sleep in his home in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania at the age of 91.
- lines and colors - Andrew Wyeth
I should start out by admitting that, although I really like some of his work, Andrew Wyeth is not one of my favorites. Partly it's because I find much of his work cold, not in the sense of his frequent depiction of winter scenes, which I like, but i
- Andrew Wyeth, Rebel - Welcome to SOAP - the new Seattle Art Museum Blog
On Wednesday night at SAM, my colleague Patti Junker delivered a sensational lecture that she titled "Andrew Wyeth, Rebel." Few people think about one of the premier realists of the 20th century in terms of rebellion, but SAM's curator of American ar
- Seeing a Master- Andrew Wyeth's Helga - jeffberryman.com
I asked the first person I met to point me to the Wyeth exhibit. It was down the hall, past the gray room, on the left.I turned the corner.These paintings will be marveled over for a thousand years.
- Artist and Studio | Andrew Wyeth
Photos of Andrew Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth's studio, Andrew Wyeth with Helga his model
- David Owen Art Notes: Andrew Wyeth: At the Kuerners
For Christmas, I received a copy of a thirty-six year old book, Wyeth at Kuerners, and, while the snow falls, I am leafing through it. What makes the book unusual is that the editor—Andrew Wyeth’s wife, Betsy James Wyeth—focused, not on her husband’s
- Ilaria Rosselli Del Turco - News: Andrew Wyeth Biography
A review of the work of Andrew Wyeth and Richard Meryman's biography of him"If you like Wyeth's work this book by Richard Meryman is a very good read. In its 400 pages it looks at Wyeth's life in detail, examines his family, the characters he painted