Andrew Wyeth  (American, 1917-2009) 

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Andrew Wyeth, Above the Orchard (First Version)

 

Andrew Wyeth
Above the Orchard (First Version)
1957

Frank E. Fowler Representing Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth, Branch in the Snow

 

Andrew Wyeth
Branch in the Snow
1980

Frank E. Fowler Representing Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth, Hoffman's Barn

 

Andrew Wyeth
Hoffman's Barn
1959

Frank E. Fowler Representing Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth, Jack in The Pulpit

 

Andrew Wyeth
Jack in The Pulpit
1995

Frank E. Fowler Representing Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth, Lilly Pads

 

Andrew Wyeth
Lilly Pads
1954

Frank E. Fowler Representing Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth, N.C. Wyeth Orchard

 

Andrew Wyeth
N.C. Wyeth Orchard
1961

Frank E. Fowler Representing Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth, Study for The Bachelor

 

Andrew Wyeth
Study for The Bachelor
1964

Frank E. Fowler Representing Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth, The Hatton House

 

Andrew Wyeth
The Hatton House
1967

Frank E. Fowler Representing Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth, Army Blanket

 

Andrew Wyeth
Army Blanket
1957

Frank E. Fowler Representing Andrew Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth, Disk Harrow

 

Andrew Wyeth
Disk Harrow
1996

Debra Force
Andrew Wyeth, 36. Asleep, 1973, Copyright: Pacific Sun

 

Andrew Wyeth
36. Asleep, 1973, Copyright: Pacific Sun
1973

Adelson Galleries
Andrew Wyeth, Albinos Study

 

Andrew Wyeth
Albinos Study
2002

Heather James Fine Art
Andrew Wyeth, Asleep

 

Andrew Wyeth
Asleep
1975

Waterhouse & Dodd
Andrew Wyeth, Overflow Study (Helga)

 

Andrew Wyeth
Overflow Study (Helga)
1976

Adelson Galleries Boston
Andrew Wyeth, Breaking Through

 

Andrew Wyeth
Breaking Through
1989

Menconi+Schoelkopf Fine Art, LLC
Andrew Wyeth, Field Flowers

 

Andrew Wyeth
Field Flowers
1959

Somerville Manning Gallery
Andrew Wyeth, Hayloft

 

Andrew Wyeth
Hayloft
1961

The Caldwell Gallery
Andrew Wyeth, Burled Oak

 

Andrew Wyeth
Burled Oak
Somerville Manning Gallery
Andrew Wyeth, THE BOBSLED

 

Andrew Wyeth
THE BOBSLED
1937

Driscoll Babcock Galleries
Andrew Wyeth, Ocean Inlet

 

Andrew Wyeth
Ocean Inlet
1940

Alexandre Gallery
Andrew Wyeth, 13. In the Orchard, 1973, Copyright: Pacific Sun

 

Andrew Wyeth
13. In the Orchard, 1973, Copyright: Pacific Sun
1973

Adelson Galleries

1917   Born July 12, in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania; son of illustrator N.C. Wyeth (1882-1945)
1937   First solo exhibition (of Maine watercolors) at Macbeth Gallery, New York, sells out in two days; appears in ARTnews and Art in America; Macbeth Gallery becomes dealer
1940   Marries Betsy James
2009   Andrew Wyeth died in his sleep at his home in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, after a brief illness
  Wyeths’ purchase a summer house in Port Clyde, Maine; Andrew will summer and paint here and in Cushing, Maine, throughout his life
  Begins drawing and painting regularly; influenced by father and his student, Peter Hurd
  Studies traditional academic art and collaborates on various illustrations with N.C. Wyeth; sells illustrations to publisher Charles Scribner’s Sons
  Produces a proliferation of watercolors during two summers in Maine; breaks from father’s rigid training; instructed by Hurd, begins using egg tempera; first group exhibition at Philadelphia Art Alliance
  First of multiple solo exhibitions at Doll & Richards, Boston; one-man show at Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, NH; begins doing a variety of commercial work to supplement income
  Exhibits frequently at Macbeth Gallery and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
  Participates in six Corcoran Gallery biennials, Washington D.C.
  Solo exhibition at Macbeth Gallery results in reproduction of work in New York Times; joint exhibition with Peter Hurd at Corcoran Gallery, Washiington D.C.; group exhibition at Art Institute of Chicago; begins using drybrush
  Meets Edward Hopper; appears on cover of American Artist
  Participates in major group exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art; paints cover for Saturday Evening Post
  Elected to National Academy of Design; first west coast solo exhibition at E.B. Crocker Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA, show travels to the Seattle Art Museum; N.C. Wyeth dies
  Elected to the American Watercolor Society, youngest member in organization’s history
  Christina Olsen becomes first of three serial female models; Museum of Modern Art, New York, purchases Christina’s World; group exhibition at Carnegie Institute Museum, Pittsburgh, PA; befriends Lincoln Kirstein
  Becomes youngest member ever elected to the National Institute of Arts and Letters; appears in ARTnews; first retrospective organized by Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester NH, and William A. Farnsworth Library and Art Museum, Rockland, ME, reviewed in Time; joint exhibition with Waldo Pierce at Institute of Contemporary Arts, Boston; group exhibition at Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
  Leaves Macbeth Gallery; M. Knoedler & Co. becomes dealer, prices drastically increase as does popularity with collectors; solo exhibition at Knoedler promptly sells out
  Joint exhibition with Robert Motherwell, Abraham Rattner and Ben Shahn at Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston; joint exhibition with Louis Bouché, Edward Hopper, Ben Shahn and Charles Sheeler at Worcester Art Museum, MA; Robert Frost purchases a Wyeth; articles in ARTnews and Time
  Portrait of President Eisenhower commissioned for Time cover; Philadelphia Museum of Art buys a Wyeth, highest price ever paid for a living artist’s work
  Retrospective at Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; traveling solo exhibition organized by Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; receipt of Presidential Medal of Freedom is subject of Time cover story (first artist to appear on the magazine’s cover); Dallas Museum of Fine Arts and Farnsworth Art Museum, Maine, pay record prices for Wyeths
  Life magazine refers to Wyeth as, “America’s preeminent artist,” in interview replete with twenty pages of reproductions
  Record-setting traveling retrospective organized by Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts visits Baltimore Museum of Art, Whitney Museum, and Art Institute of Chicago
  Retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art; group exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California; begins painting Siri, the second of three serial female models
  Subject of White House’s first one-man show; retrospective at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; newly opened Coe Kerr Gallery Inc., New York, begins representing, also represents son, painter Jamie Wyeth; begins painting Helga Testorf, the third of three serial models
  Brandywine River Museum opens in Chadds Ford, features a constant rotation of Wyeths; retrospective at M.H. deYoung Memorial Museum, San Francisco
  Inducted into the Institut de France Académie des Beaux-Arts
  First living American artist exhibited at Royal Academy of Arts, London; one-man show at Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris; multiple exhibitions including those at San Jose Museum of Art, California, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine, and Coe Kerr Gallery
  Traveling solo exhibition organized by National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. results in Art & Antiques, Newsweek and Time cover stories; traveling joint exhibtion with N.C. and Jamie organized by The Brandywine River Museum; controversy over secret series of nudes
  Multiple exhibitions including those at Whitney Museum of American Art, Detroit Institute of Arts, Portland Museum of Art, Farnsworth Art Museum, Butler Institute of American Art, Ohio, and ACA Gallery, New York; Coe Kerr Gallery closes, 1992
  Andrew Wyeth Gallery is opened at the Brandywine Museum of Art
  Continues to work and live in Chadds Ford and Cushing, Maine
1976 - 1977   Two Worlds of Andrew Wyeth: Kuerners and Olsons, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
1943   Exhibition at Museum of Modern Art
1941   Exhibits temperas at Macbeth Gallery
1937   First New York show at the Macbeth Gallery