Andrew Wyeth


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United States painter (born in 1917)

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You wouldn't go to Pablo Picasso if your tastes ran toward Andrew Wyeth.
Using an overhead projector, we studied several paintings of winter landscapes, focusing on artist Andrew Wyeth, to inspire and motivate.
The stronger works, which comprised the majority of the show, were exceedingly specific and representational, engaging directly with the life and legacy of Andrew Wyeth.
Emerson and Andrew Wyeth take their place in lines directly above and below references to the poet's partner; Kalamazoo becomes anthropomorphized; and, in perhaps the most poignant and funny poem in the first part, the poet gets confused by the acoustic remake of Eric Clapton's "Layla" when she meant to download the original, electric version.
One part "The Night of the Hunter," two parts "Huckleberry Finn," "Mud" may be born of the same rustic sensibility that fueled everyone from Andrew Wyeth to Terrence Malick, but Nichols expresses this outlook in a decidedly personal way.
Among the featured elders: Madeline Albright, Buzz Aldrin, Billie Jean King, Henry Kissinger, Willie Nelson, Yoko Ono, Ravi Shankar, and Andrew Wyeth, among many others.
Wyeth and the brother of artists Andrew Wyeth and Henriette Wyeth Hurd.
Although he turns 65 this summer, Jamie is a still-boyish man, handsome with a full head of hair, relaxed, candid, and, like his father, Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009), a dapper dresser given to mandarin collars, turtlenecks, tunics, aprons, and knickers--the habit of a country squire.
2) Ken Danby began working in egg tempera in 1962 after being inspired by the works of illustrator Andrew Wyeth.
They are standing in front of a painting by Wyeth's father, Andrew Wyeth.
We lost people who changed our culture immeasurably for the better: Walter Cronkite, Edward Kennedy, William Safire, Frank McCourt, Jack Kemp, Horton Foote, John Updike, Andrew Wyeth.
Interspersed is art by Winslow Homer, Seneca Ernie Smith, Andrew Wyeth, and Charles Burchfield; a reminiscence by Jimmy Carter, the American Chestnut Foundation's director; poems by Wendell Berry and Robert Frost; reflections by plant geneticist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Norman Borlaug; and an excerpt from Barbara Kingsolver's Prodigal Summer, which includes a chestnut breeder character.
Kennedy also was given a 5,000 dollars painting from Jamie Wyeth, son of the famous American painter Andrew Wyeth, who died in January.
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 early Friday.