The World of Andrew Wyeth

United States, 1967

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An examination of the work of American painter Andrew Wyeth. Over thirty-five paintings are shown. Blending the subjects of the artist’s representational style painting with actual scenes from the Pennsylvania and Maine countryside. The artist’s special vision and technique make the lonely countryside, and gnarled people uniquely his.

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