Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania - Wyeth's home in this location was the source for at least half of his paintings throughout his life.
Cushing, Maine - Wyeth's home in the extreme Northeast part of the country that was the subject of many of his paintings.
The Olson House - Wyeth painted no other building more than this one.
The Kuerner's Farm - Another common subject of Wyeth's paintings whose owner was Karl.
The Atlantic Ocean - Wyeth periodically painted scenes that contained this geographical feature.
Fields - Wyeth was particularly fond of painting these, and he struggled to keep them from looking like book illustrations.
Bleak Colors - Wyeth was well-known for his use of these in his work.
Barns - Wyeth frequently painted this farm scenery.
Wyeth's Mill - Wyeth and his wife restored an 18th century Mill on their property, and Wyeth often painted it.
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