Monday, January 05, 2015

Andrew Wyeth

NC Wyeth:

Andrew Wyeth.:

Wind From The Sea by Andrew Wyeth. Being able to paint the image of transparent fabric is masterwork.:

Andrew Wyeth | 'Weatherside' 1965 tempera on panel by Plum leaves, via Flickr:

"Sea boots" (1976), by Andrew Wyeth. Master of pale colours and strange colour combos (imo).:

ANDREW WYETH #AndrewWyeth #realism #painting:

Andrew Wyeth - Realism - Battleground:

Andrew Wyeth 'Far from Needham' 1966 by Plum leaves, via Flickr:

Dead of Winter, by Andrew Wyeth.:

Andrew Wyeth / artist:

Oh for that caped, belted, loden coat--Andrew Wyeth, Cape Coat (Helga Pictures), 1982.:

Andrew Wyeth tempera ... But" - his eyes lit on faded blue jacket hanging on the plaster wall - "look at that blue.  Nothing else can do the air within that shadow so well as tempera.":

Bird Flying High...Andrew Wyeth:

Andrew Wyeth (1917 — 2009, USA) watercolor. © Andrew Wyeth:

#Oil #Painting - Crossed Swords by Andrew Wyeth:

... by Andrew Wyeth:

Andrew Wyeth 'Four Poster' 1946 drybrush watercolor (greenvillemuseum) copy:

Andrew Wyeth's work always makes me nostalgic and inspired... his paintings are eerie in a dream-like way,like they were images of long-forgotten childhood memories:

Old church and older patrons...  Andrew Wyeth:

Andrew Wyeth, Marsh Hawk on ArtStack #andrew-wyeth #art:

This was the painting that made me fall in love with Andrew Wyeth.:

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

'Long Limb' (1999) by Andrew Wyeth    Tempera    Andrew Wyeth [American realist painter, 1917- 2009]. Taught by his father artist and illustrator N.C. Wyeth. Andrew's son, Jamie Wyeth, is part of the third generation of Wyeth artists.    Brandywine Valley around Chadds Ford Pennsylvania    Official website for Andrew Wyeth:

Andrew Wyeth - 'Braids'(Helga Testorf) 1979 dry-brush watercolor by Plum leaves, via Flickr:

Andrew Wyeth I His work conveys solace, decrepitude, isolation as well as a sense of place and permanence, often in monochromatic watercolor...genius:

by.Andrew Wyeth ~ I love this because he learned from the best AND he added his own talent to create masterpieces ~ gosh, i will forever be a Wyeth fan!:

Andrew Wyeth 'Pentecost' 1989, tempera paint by Plum leaves, via Flickr:

Andrew Wyeth 'Two if by Sea' 1995. Round House, an octagonal building Wyeth constructed:

Andrew Wyeth: November First, 1950  I love his studies & paintings of corn stalks (and Nov1 is my bday!):

"I search for the realness, the real feeling of a subject, all the texture around it... I always want to see the third dimension of something... I want to come alive with the object." - Andrew Wyeth:

Andrew Wyeth - my absolute favourite -wish I could walk every one of his paintings....:

Andrew Wyeth, Intruder Tempera. I love his style, and I was elated to hear that his paintings were the stylistic source of inspiration for the movie, The Ring. Dark and haunting, sublime and masterful.:

"The Mysterious Island"  (L'Île mystérieuse) is a novel by Jules Verne, published in 1874. Illustration by N. C. Wyeth:

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