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.
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.
Wyeth would often paint their home, field, and objects in their home. The head of the family was arguably Wyeth's best friend.
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.
She was a Prussian immigrant who became the primary subject of Wyeth's most important series of paintings.
He was the author of the introduction of the book and...
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