Andrew Wyeth - Born in 1917 and living until 2009, he was an artist, but primarily a painter, of the realist school, focusing in particular on painting scenes of his homes in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and Cushing, Maine.
The Olsons - A very large number of Wyeth's paintings were paintings of this family's home, barn, field, and their indoor areas, including portraits of the family as a whole.
The Kuerners - Wyeth would often paint their home, field, and objects in their home. The head of the family was arguably Wyeth's best friend.
The Eriksons - She became one of Wyeth's primary models after his favorite model died, and she and her father were the subjects of a wide range of paintings.
Helga Testorf - She was a Prussian immigrant who became the primary subject of Wyeth's most important series of paintings.
Thomas Hoving - He was the author...
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