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Andrew Wyeth - I love this print - have it hanging in my living room.

Andrew Wyeth, Northern Point, Tempera on gesso panel. The Ella Gallup Sumner and Mary Catlin Sumner Collection Fund, © Andrew Wyeth.

Andrew Wyeth lived in my hometown when I was young.  We had several Wyeth prints in our home.  Betsy Wyeth (wife) used to stop by my parents antique store - 13 Colonies Village Store - on Rt. 1.  She even signed a Wyeth art book my Mom had.  Always have loved his work.

Andrew Wyeth lived in my hometown when I was young. We had several Wyeth prints in our home. Betsy Wyeth (wife) used to stop by my parents antique store - 13 Colonies Village Store - on Rt. She even signed a Wyeth art book my Mom had.

Andrew Wyeth: "Looking Out, Looking In" New Show opening at the National Gallery, Washington D.C. this Friday, May 2, 2014.

ANDREW WYETH - "Frostbitten" By Andrew Wyeth, from Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, US - watercolor on paper - Private Collection © Andrew Wyeth

Christina's World by Andrew Wyeth, 1948... Every time I go to the MOMA this grabs me. Creepy.

Christina’s World by Andrew Wyeth

Christina's World by Andrew Wyeth, 1948 . Will's favorite painting at MoMA

http://www.awyethgallery.com/andrew/Witching%20Hour%20by%20Andrew%20Wyeth.jpg

Oh how wonderfully eerie. Andrew Wyeth 'Witching Hour' 1977 Tempera on Panel

Andrew Wyeth Prints | 1963 Andrew Wyeth Large Print - Teel's Island - Vintage Reproduction

1963 Andrew Wyeth Large Print - Teel's Island - Vintage Reproduction

I love Andrew Wyeth.  His paintings remind me of growing up and of my grandmother.

Andrew Wyeth-"Wind from the Sea." I have a New York Graphic Society print of this painting framed in plain cypress moulding like the original.

Painting: Wind from the Sea, Andrew Wyeth. 1947. (Learn more.

Andrew Wyeth Wind from the Sea, 1947 tempera on hardboard overall: 47 x 70 cm x 27 in.) framed: x x 7 cm x 35 x 2 in.) National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of Charles H.

Andrew Wyeth "Snow Hill" one of my favorites of his at the Brandywine Museum

Andrew Wyeth "Snow Hill" This was my favorite at the Brandywine Museum. A very large canvas and it seems to sum up Wyeth's work. The figures are very enigmatic.