Andrew Wyeth: Autobiography - Study Guide Paintings 71-124 Summary & Analysis

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Ice Storm, 1971, depicts Johnny Lynch with dark black hair in Wyeth's Pennsylvania studio. He appears brooding, which sums up Pennsylvania for Wyeth. Evening at Kuerners, 1970, shows Karl's house but it has few studies as Karl is very ill. It is very emotional for Wyeth to paint. Spruce Gun, 1973, shows Wyeth's point in Maine where a cannon sits on a shoreline. It is a real cannon that Wyeth buys in an auction. Ericksons, 1973, shows only Siri's father despite the fact that Siri is supposed to be in it topless. Instead, Siri's father simply sits by a window, looking outside. It is the perfect portrait of the Erickson house. In The Ides of March, 1974, Wyeth paints his dog, Rattler, sleeping in front of their fireplace in the Pennsylvania Mill. Rattler is a golden retriever.

From the Capes, 1974, shows Dr. Margaret Handy with her hair down...

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