© 1965 by Andrew Wyeth
Watercolor on Paper
21.5 x 29.75 inches
Painted 1965, Ralph Cline’s sawmill, Spruce Head, Maine.
“Andrew Wyeth,” Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, MA, from 7/17/1970 to 9/6/1970.
“The Art of Andrew Wyeth,” The M.H. deYoung Memorial Museum of the Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA, from 6/16/1973 to 9/3/1973.
“Andrew Wyeth Retrospective; Andrew Wyeth: Autobiography,” Aichi Prefectural Museum, Nagoya, Japan, from 2/3/1995 to 4/2/1995.
“Andrew Wyeth Retrospective; Andrew Wyeth: Autobiography,” Bunkamura Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan, from 4/15/1995 to 6/4/1995.
“Andrew Wyeth Retrospective; Andrew Wyeth: Autobiography,” Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art, Fukshima City, Japan, from 6/6/1995 to 7/16/1995.
“Andrew Wyeth Retrospective; Andrew Wyeth: Autobiography,” Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MOS, from 9/24/1995 to 11/26/1995.
Nicholas Wyeth Inc. represents the finest available original works of art for American artist and illustrator Newell Convers Wyeth (N.C. Wyeth) and his son, Andrew Wyeth.
Nicholas Wyeth is the eldest son of Andrew Wyeth, and grandson of N.C. Wyeth. He began his career in New York City working at M. Knoedler & Co. and Wildenstein & Co. in 1965, followed by Coe Kerr Gallery in 1970. He started Nicholas Wyeth, Inc. in 1975, becoming a private art dealer.
N.C. WYETH, 1882-1945
N.C. Wyeth was a pupil of Howard Pyle and became one of America’s greatest illustrators. N.C. Wyeth created original illustrations for publications such as The Saturday Evening Post, Harpers, Scribners, and many others. His illustrations appeared in the books of many talented authors such as Robert Louis Stevenson, Jules Verne, and Charles Kingsley.
ANDREW WYETH, 1917-2009
Andrew Wyeth, son of N.C. Wyeth. Under his father’s guidance he started drawing at a young age. He mastered figure study and watercolor before exploring egg tempera—which quickly became one of his favorite mediums. At age 20 Andrew held his first one-man exhibition of watercolors at the Macbeth Gallery in New York City. The show sold out. Andrew divided his time between Maine and Pennsylvania painting his favorite subjects—the land and people that surrounded him. He passed away at the age of 91 on January 16, 2009.