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b. 1917 - d. 2009

Born in 1917, in rural Pennsylvania, Andrew Wyeth followed the path of his father, famed illustrator N.C. Wyeth, to become an artist. Wyeth received meticulous art instruction at home before debuting his work in 1936 at the Art Alliance of Philadelphia. For his prints, Andrew Wyeth used watercolor and a dry brush technique that allowed him to build delicate, interwoven layers. In later years, he adopted smoother egg tempera finishes. Subjects in the oil paintings of Andrew Wyeth are often faced away or oddly positioned, lending a surreal quality to his otherwise minutely detailed work.

An acclaimed but deeply private painter, a married Wyeth shocked the art world with the release of 240 Andrew Wyeth prints intimately depicting his neighbor Helga. Later sold as a collection, these signed Andrew Wyeth prints' value reportedly surpassed $40 million. Look for your own charming still life prints online at Invaluable and find something that expresses your personality.

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              • ANDREW WYETH PRINT - INTERIOR VIEW OF "THE WRITING CHAIR"
                Jul. 11, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH PRINT - INTERIOR VIEW OF "THE WRITING CHAIR"

                Est: $100 - $250

                perhaps at The Olsen House. 13 x 21 1/2 Site, 22 x 30 Frame

                Casco Bay Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1948) LITHOGRAPH TITLED LIBERTY LAUNCH, 31IN x 39IN (79cm x 99cm)
                Jul. 09, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1948) LITHOGRAPH TITLED LIBERTY LAUNCH, 31IN x 39IN (79cm x 99cm)

                Est: $1,000 - $1,500

                Andrew Wyeth (1948) lithograph which is titled Liberty Launch, which is after the original that was painted in 1982. This was produced on thick, handmade paper. With frame, it measures 31 inches x 39 inches. It is double matted and framed under glass in a light wooden frame. This piece was acquired from a Virginia estate.

                The Rug Life Auctions
              • Andrew Wyeth Signed Landscape Drawing, Brinton's Mill
                Jul. 06, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth Signed Landscape Drawing, Brinton's Mill

                Est: $2,800 - $3,200

                Andrew Newell Wyeth (American, 1917-2009) ink on paper illustrated letter depicting Brinton's Mill, a grist mill in Chester County, Pennsylvania, and adjacent buildings surrounded by leafless trees. Andrew and Betsy Wyeth purchased this property in 1958. The letter extends from recto to verso and reads: "BRINTON'S MILL along the Brandywine River built of field stone. When you come to Chadds Ford again I will [anxious] for you to see it. We are now in the process of restoring it back to its original state which will probably take several years to do. I do hope all your [family] are well and that your art center is coming along well. Again our warmest thanks to you both and our deepest wishes in the coming year to you. Andy." With APF Manufacturing Inc. Framemakers and American Association of Custom Frame Makers, Inc. New York stickers affixed to backing along with "11882 Steine" inscription. Housed under glass in an ebonized, carved wood frame with cream mat. Sheet: 7 1/4" H x 10 5/16" W. Frame: 11 1/8" H x 14 3/8" W. PROVENANCE: The Estate of Richard J. Eskind, Nashville, ex-Peggy Steine, Nashville.

                Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
              • ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009)
                Jun. 30, 2024

                ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009)

                Est: $300 - $400

                ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009) Olson House, Cushing, Maine, Rear View, Winter, giclee print, signed lower right in print, in grey molded frame, matted under plexi, OS: 28" x 36", SS: 20" x 28 1/4".

                Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
              • ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009)
                Jun. 30, 2024

                ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009)

                Est: $400 - $600

                ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009) "Her Room", photolithograph on paper, 1963, pencil signed, as sold by the Farnsworth Museum of Rockland, Maine. In grey painted molded frame, conforming dimensional mat to accommodate the signature, under plexi. OS: 23 1/2" x 36 1/2", image size: 13 3/4" x 27".

                Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
              • ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009)
                Jun. 30, 2024

                ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009)

                Est: $400 - $600

                ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009) "Olsons", 1992, gicclee print, pencil signed and numbered 39/300, presented in custom folio for the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland, Maine. Printed by the Stinehour Press, 21" x 31" image n 25" x 37 1/2" sheet. Fine condition, one small abraded spot on folio.

                Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
              • ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009)
                Jun. 30, 2024

                ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009)

                Est: $700 - $900

                ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009) "Northern Point", giclee print, pencil signed and numbered 203/250, depicting a glass globe lightning rod viewed from atop the shingle roof, overlooking the ocean, from the Triton Press portfolio of 1977, having a note verso from Chadds Ford Publications, dated Feb 4, 1978, signed by F. Catherine Bruni (Sec. to Mrs. A. Wyeth). In fatigued gold and black cove frame, under linen mat and plexi, OS: 34 1/2" x 22 1/2", image size: 24" x 12".

                Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
              • ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009)
                Jun. 30, 2024

                ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009)

                Est: $400 - $600

                ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009) "Sandspit", 1973 giclee print from the 1953 original watercolor, pencil signed, depicting a woman seated on a sandy slope, in front of pines, her head turned away from the viewer, unframed, 21 3/4" x 28" sheet on 28 3/4" x 35" mount, having 17 1/2" x 23 3/4" image, in foamcore folio.

                Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
              • Andrew Wyeth, signed collotype
                Jun. 27, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth, signed collotype

                Est: $300 - $500

                Andrew Wyeth (American 1917-2009), signed collotype New England Study, 21 1/2" x 27 3/4", frame - 32 3/4" x 38 3/8". NO in-house shipping for this lot.

                Pook & Pook Inc.
              • Andrew Wyeth, signed collotype
                Jun. 27, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth, signed collotype

                Est: $80 - $120

                Andrew Wyeth (American 1917-2009), signed collotype Fog Bell, 27 1/2" x 18 1/2", frame - 38" x 28 1/4". NO in-house shipping for this lot.

                Pook & Pook Inc.
              • Andrew Wyeth, signed collotype
                Jun. 27, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth, signed collotype

                Est: $500 - $800

                Andrew Wyeth (American 1917-2009), signed collotype Open House, 15 1/2" x 29 1/2", frame - 26 3/4" x 40 1/4". NO in-house shipping for this lot.

                Pook & Pook Inc.
              • Andrew Wyeth, signed collotype
                Jun. 27, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth, signed collotype

                Est: $400 - $600

                Andrew Wyeth (American 1917-2009), signed collotype Cranberries, 17 3/4" x 11 1/2", frame - 26 1/8" x 19 1/2". Competitive in-house shipping is available for this lot.

                Pook & Pook Inc.
              • Andrew Wyeth, signed collotype
                Jun. 27, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth, signed collotype

                Est: $300 - $500

                Andrew Wyeth (American 1917-2009), signed collotype Sea Running, 10 1/2" x 14 1/4", frame - 19 1/4" x 22 1/4". Competitive in-house shipping is available for this lot.

                Pook & Pook Inc.
              • Prints, Andrew Wyeth
                Jun. 20, 2024

                Prints, Andrew Wyeth

                Est: $1,200 - $1,800

                (lot of 10) Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009), "Paintings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Levine," 1976, portfolio of ten (10) collotypes, published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, printed by Triton press, edition 38/300 authorized by the artist, each sheet numbered in pencil lower right, each with Metropolitan Museum blindstamp lower right, largest sheet (unframed): 38.25"h x 30.5"w

                Clars Auctions
              • Wyeth, Andrew -
                Jun. 18, 2024

                Wyeth, Andrew -

                Est: $1,200 - $1,500

                Wyeth, Andrew (1917-2009) Description (FR): Andrew Wyeth, 1ère édition signée et limitée. Texte par Richard Maryman, publié par Gambit, Incorporated : Boston, 1969. Édition de luxe ; tirage total de 300 exemplaires numérotés, celui-ci numéroté 255 et signé par l'artiste sur la page de colophon. Relié en quart de daim bleu clair avec une étiquette de couverture assortie avec les initiales "AW", toutes les tranches dorées. Les reproductions des œuvres d'Andrew Wyeth ont été réalisées par collotypage et imprimées par The Triton Press, NY City. Description (EN): Andrew Wyeth, 1st signed and limited edition. Text by Richard Maryman, published by Gambit, Incorporated : Boston, 1969. Deluxe edition; total edition of 300 numbered copies, this one numbered 255 and signed by the artist on the colophon page. Bound in light blue quarter suede with matching cover label with the initials "AW", all edges gilt. Reproductions of Andrew Wyeth's works were collotyped and printed by The Triton Press, NY City. Dimension (PO): 15" x 18.75" Dimension (CM): 38 x 47.5 cm Rapport de condition: Sur demande, nous nous ferons un plaisir de répondre à vos questions de manière détaillée. Condition report: Upon request, We will gladly answer all your inquiries in a detailed manner.

                Champagne Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH, STORING UP, LITHOGRAPH
                Jun. 18, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH, STORING UP, LITHOGRAPH

                Est: $550 - $650

                Artist: Andrew Wyeth, After, American (1917 - 2009) Title: Storing Up Year: 1963 Medium: Lithograph Size: 9 x 11.75 in. (22.86 x 29.845 cm) Frame Size: 21 x 24.5 in. (53.34 x 62.23 cm)

                RoGallery
              • Andrew Newell Wyeth (1917-2009) "Storing Up"
                Jun. 15, 2024

                Andrew Newell Wyeth (1917-2009) "Storing Up"

                Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                Andrew Newell Wyeth (1917-2009) Offset Lithograph on cream wove paper, titled "Storing Up" printed in 1963, piece measures 13.25 x 17 inches, signed lower left, initialed in plate with wide margins, Fine impression, From the Collection of Mrs. Wyeth. Storing Up by Andrew Wyeths from The Four Seasons Portfolio, Suite of 12 . This is a Limited Edition Lithograph 1961 Unnumbered Edition of 1000. This portfolio was created from his dry brush paintings and drawings that were selected by Andrew and Betsy Wyeth from works in the house and studio at Chadds Ford, supplemented by some owned by friends. With a few exceptions, they had never been exhibited or reproduced. The plates were made directly from the originals and published by Art in America. A painter of landscape and figure subjects in Pennsylvania and Maine, Andrew Wyeth became one of the best-known American painters of the 20th century. His style is both realistic and abstract, and he works primarily in tempera and watercolor, often using the drybrush technique. He is the son of Newell Convers and Carolyn Bockius Wyeth of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and was home-schooled because of delicate health. His art instruction came from his famous-illustrator father, who preached the tying of painting to life--to mood and to essences and to capturing the subtleties of changing light and shadows. The Wyeth household was a lively place with much intellectual and social stimulation. Because of the prominence of N.C. Wyeth, persons including many dignitaries came from all over the country to visit the family. Andrew's sisters Carolyn and Henriette became noted artists as did his brother-in-law, Peter Hurd.

                Cutler Bay Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH COLLOTYPE PORTFOLIO DRAWINGS
                Jun. 15, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH COLLOTYPE PORTFOLIO DRAWINGS

                Est: $800 - $1,200

                WYETH, Andrew Newell, (American, 1917-2009): Portfolio of Ten Collotypes of Andrew Wyeth Drawings in a Hardcover Portfolio. Printed by Triton Press in July 1976, numbered 263. Paper size 17" x 20", folio size 32.5" x 26.75".

                Burchard Galleries Inc
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $400 - $900

                Pentecost 25 - 1/4" x 35 - 1/4" sheet size unframed signed and numbered 190/500 at lower right Condition: Dimensions: Sheet Size: 25 - 1/4" x 35 - 1/4".

                Morphy Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $400 - $900

                Monday Morning 19" x 23" sheet size unframed signed at lower right, numbered 191/300 at lower left blind stamp at lower right Condition: Dimensions: 23" x 19".

                Morphy Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $500 - $1,000

                Spring Fed unsigned, numbered 19/500 blind stamp unframed published by A. W. & Chadds Ford Publications 2020 Condition: Dimensions: 44" x 31 - 3/4".

                Morphy Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $500 - $1,000

                Airborne 36 - 1/2" x 42" sheet size not signed, numbered 19/500 Condition: Dimensions: 42" x 36 - 1/2".

                Morphy Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $500 - $1,000

                Witching Hour 36" x 37" sheet size unframed not signed, numbered 20/500 published by A. W. & Chads Ford Condition: Dimensions: 36 - 3/4" x 36 - 1/4".

                Morphy Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $500 - $1,000

                Slight Breeze 30 - 3/4" x 38 - 1/2" sheet size not signed, numbered 19/500 published by A. W. & Chadds Ford Publications 2010 blind stamp Condition: Dimensions: 38 - 1/2" x 30 - 3/4".

                Morphy Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $600 - $1,200

                Love in the Afternoon 28 - 1/2" x 42" sheet size not signed, numbered 20/500 Condition: Dimensions: 42" x 28 - 1/2".

                Morphy Auctions
              • LOT OF 6: ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009) SIGNED LIMITED EDITIONS
                Jun. 12, 2024

                LOT OF 6: ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009) SIGNED LIMITED EDITIONS

                Est: $600 - $1,200

                All six are limited edition collotypes, signed and numbered 199 in lower-right, with blind stamp under mat and published by Brandywine Conservancy, 1979. (A) 27 - 1/4 x 19 - 1/2" sight size 37 - 1/4 x 19 - 3/4" framed (B) 15 - 1/2" x 15" sight size 26" x 25" framed (C) Siri 21" x 20" sight size 31" x 30 - 1/2" framed (D) The Sauna 21" x 24" sight size 31 - 1/2" x 33 - 3/4" framed (E) After Indian Summer 28" x 22 - 1/4" sight size (F) Black Water 19" x 25" sight size 29 - 1/4" x 35 - 1/4" framed Condition: Dimensions: Largest Frame: 37 - 1/4" x 19 - 3/4".

                Morphy Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $600 - $1,200

                22" x 30" sight size 28 - 1/2" x 36" framed collotype signed lower right, numbered 199 blind stamp under mat published by Brandywine River Museum 1994 Condition: Dimensions: Frame: 28 - 1/2" x 36".

                Morphy Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $700 - $1,200

                26 - 1/2" x 35" sheet size unframed signed lower right, numbered 231/300 lower left blind stamp at lower right Condition: Dimensions: Sheet Size: 26 - 1/2" x 35".

                Morphy Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $800 - $1,500

                Jupiter 40" x 40" sheet size unframed signed lower right, numbered 189/300 lower left Condition: Dimensions: Sheet Size: 40" x 39 - 3/4"

                Morphy Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $800 - $1,500

                Harlequin sheet size 19" x 23" unframed signed at lower right, numbered 231/300 lower left Condition: Dimensions: 23 - 1/2" x 21".

                Morphy Auctions
              • ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)
                Jun. 12, 2024

                ANDREW WYETH (1917-2009)

                Est: $1,200 - $2,200

                Snow Hill 33" x 46" sheet size signed lower right, numbered 190/300 lower left Condition: Dimensions: Sheet Size: 33 - 1/2" x 46".

                Morphy Auctions
              • Andrew Wyeth 'Study for April Wind' Lithograph
                Jun. 08, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth 'Study for April Wind' Lithograph

                Est: $500 - $1,000

                An Andrew Newell Wyeth (American, 1917 - 2009) lithograph titled 'Study for April Wind' depicting a man in a long jacket sitting on a log and facing away from the viewer. Signed in the print. Presented in a wooden frame behind glass. Sight: 20" x 25"

                Atlanta Auction Gallery, ltd
              • Andrew Wyeth "In the Orchard" Offset Lithograph
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "In the Orchard" Offset Lithograph

                Est: $300 - $450

                Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) was one of the most prominent American artists of the 20th century. Born into a family of artists, he became known for his mastery of realist painting and his ability to capture the subtle details and emotions of his subjects. His works often featured rural American scenes, landscapes, and people, particularly those from the Brandywine Valley in Pennsylvania and the coast of Maine, where he spent much of his life. Wyeth's art is characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, a muted color palette, and a sense of melancholy and solitude. He gained widespread acclaim for iconic works like "Christina's World" and "Winter 1946." Throughout his career, he received numero awards and honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Andrew Wyeth's art continues to be celebrated for its evocative storytelling and its lasting impact on American realism. Measures 26 x 16.5.

                Morgan Auctions
              • Andrew Wyeth "Pennsylvania Landscape, 1941" Offset Lithograph
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "Pennsylvania Landscape, 1941" Offset Lithograph

                Est: $300 - $450

                Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) was one of the most prominent American artists of the 20th century. Born into a family of artists, he became known for his mastery of realist painting and his ability to capture the subtle details and emotions of his subjects. His works often featured rural American scenes, landscapes, and people, particularly those from the Brandywine Valley in Pennsylvania and the coast of Maine, where he spent much of his life. Wyeth's art is characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, a muted color palette, and a sense of melancholy and solitude. He gained widespread acclaim for iconic works like "Christina's World" and "Winter 1946." Throughout his career, he received numero awards and honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Andrew Wyeth's art continues to be celebrated for its evocative storytelling and its lasting impact on American realism. Measures 26 x 19.5.

                Morgan Auctions
              • Andrew Wyeth "Moon Madness, 1982" Offset Lithograph
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "Moon Madness, 1982" Offset Lithograph

                Est: $300 - $450

                Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) was one of the most prominent American artists of the 20th century. Born into a family of artists, he became known for his mastery of realist painting and his ability to capture the subtle details and emotions of his subjects. His works often featured rural American scenes, landscapes, and people, particularly those from the Brandywine Valley in Pennsylvania and the coast of Maine, where he spent much of his life. Wyeth's art is characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, a muted color palette, and a sense of melancholy and solitude. He gained widespread acclaim for iconic works like "Christina's World" and "Winter 1946." Throughout his career, he received numero awards and honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Andrew Wyeth's art continues to be celebrated for its evocative storytelling and its lasting impact on American realism. Measures 15.5 x 14.

                Morgan Auctions
              • Andrew Wyeth "North Light, 1984" Offset Lithograph
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "North Light, 1984" Offset Lithograph

                Est: $300 - $450

                Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) was one of the most prominent American artists of the 20th century. Born into a family of artists, he became known for his mastery of realist painting and his ability to capture the subtle details and emotions of his subjects. His works often featured rural American scenes, landscapes, and people, particularly those from the Brandywine Valley in Pennsylvania and the coast of Maine, where he spent much of his life. Wyeth's art is characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, a muted color palette, and a sense of melancholy and solitude. He gained widespread acclaim for iconic works like "Christina's World" and "Winter 1946." Throughout his career, he received numero awards and honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Andrew Wyeth's art continues to be celebrated for its evocative storytelling and its lasting impact on American realism. Measures 29 x 19.

                Morgan Auctions
              • Andrew Wyeth "Study for the Quaker, 1975" Offset Lithograph
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "Study for the Quaker, 1975" Offset Lithograph

                Est: $500 - $750

                Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) was one of the most prominent and influential American artists of the 20th century. He is best known for his highly detailed, realistic, and emotionally charged paintings, often depicting the landscapes and people of rural Pennsylvania and Maine. Wyeth's work spans vario styles, but he is particularly associated with Regionalism and American Realism.Here are some key points about Andrew Wyeth and his art:1. **Early Life and Family**: Andrew Wyeth was born into a family of artists. His father, N.C. Wyeth, was a renowned illtrator, and his siblings also had artistic talents. This creative environment played a significant role in shaping his artistic development.2. **Realism and Precision**: Wyeth's early works were characterized by their meticulo detail and precision. He often ed tempera, a medium that allowed for fine detail, and watercolor to create highly realistic and emotionally charged paintings.3. **Famo Works**: One of his most famo works is "Christina's World" (1948), a haunting and iconic painting of a young woman in a pink dress lying in a field and gazing up at a distant farmhoe. This work is known for its emotional depth and has become an American art classic.4. **Landscape and Portraits**: Wyeth's subjects included landscapes, portraits, and everyday scenes. He had a deep connection to the rural areas of Pennsylvania and Maine, where he spent much of his life, and these landscapes often served as the backdrop for his art.5. **Controversy and Criticism**: While Wyeth had a devoted following, he also faced criticism from some art critics who considered his work to be too traditional and nostalgic in the context of the 20th-century art world, which was increasingly moving toward abstraction and modernism.6. **Helga Testorf**: Wyeth's series of paintings featuring Helga Testorf, a neighbor and friend, became the subject of much attention and speculation when they were revealed to the public in the 1980s. These works depicted Testorf in vario poses and settings.7. **Legacy**: Despite the challenges and controversies, Andrew Wyeth's art has had a lasting impact on American art. His precise realism and emotional depth continue to be admired by art enthiasts and scholars alike.8. **Awards and Honors**: Wyeth received numero awards and honors during his lifetime, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1963.Andrew Wyeth's ability to capture the essence of rural life and the emotional depth of his subjects made him a revered figure in American art. His legacy endures through his powerful and evocative paintings, which continue to be celebrated and studied for their technical skill and emotional resonance. Measures 40 x 29.25.

                Morgan Auctions
              • Andrew Wyeth "Evening at Kuerners, 1970" Offset Lithograph
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "Evening at Kuerners, 1970" Offset Lithograph

                Est: $300 - $450

                Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) was one of the most prominent American artists of the 20th century. Born into a family of artists, he became known for his mastery of realist painting and his ability to capture the subtle details and emotions of his subjects. His works often featured rural American scenes, landscapes, and people, particularly those from the Brandywine Valley in Pennsylvania and the coast of Maine, where he spent much of his life. Wyeth's art is characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, a muted color palette, and a sense of melancholy and solitude. He gained widespread acclaim for iconic works like "Christina's World" and "Winter 1946." Throughout his career, he received numero awards and honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Andrew Wyeth's art continues to be celebrated for its evocative storytelling and its lasting impact on American realism. Measures 29 x 19.

                Morgan Auctions
              • Andrew Wyeth "Jack Be Nimble, 1976" Offset Lithograph
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "Jack Be Nimble, 1976" Offset Lithograph

                Est: $300 - $450

                Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) was one of the most prominent American artists of the 20th century. Born into a family of artists, he became known for his mastery of realist painting and his ability to capture the subtle details and emotions of his subjects. His works often featured rural American scenes, landscapes, and people, particularly those from the Brandywine Valley in Pennsylvania and the coast of Maine, where he spent much of his life. Wyeth's art is characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, a muted color palette, and a sense of melancholy and solitude. He gained widespread acclaim for iconic works like "Christina's World" and "Winter 1946." Throughout his career, he received numero awards and honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Andrew Wyeth's art continues to be celebrated for its evocative storytelling and its lasting impact on American realism. Measures 12.25 x 21.5.

                Morgan Auctions
              • Andrew Wyeth "Full Moon, 1982" Offset Lithograph
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "Full Moon, 1982" Offset Lithograph

                Est: $600 - $900

                Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) was one of the most prominent American artists of the 20th century. Born into a family of artists, he became known for his mastery of realist painting and his ability to capture the subtle details and emotions of his subjects. His works often featured rural American scenes, landscapes, and people, particularly those from the Brandywine Valley in Pennsylvania and the coast of Maine, where he spent much of his life. Wyeth's art is characterized by its meticulo attention to detail, a muted color palette, and a sense of melancholy and solitude. He gained widespread acclaim for iconic works like "Christina's World" and "Winter 1946." Throughout his career, he received numero awards and honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Andrew Wyeth's art continues to be celebrated for its evocative storytelling and its lasting impact on American realism. Measures 22 x 17. Printed in early 1980s. .

                Morgan Auctions
              • Andrew Wyeth "The Berry Picker" Print.
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "The Berry Picker" Print.

                Est: $200 - $400

                Andrew Wyeth was an American artist known for his realistic and highly detailed paintings, primarily in the medium of tempera and watercolor. He was born on July 12, 1917, in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and died on January 16, 2009, in the same town. Wyeth came from a family of artists, with his father, N.C. Wyeth, and his son, Jamie Wyeth, also being renowned painters. Andrew Wyeth gained significant recognition for his regionalist and realist depictions of the American countryside, particularly the landscapes and people of Pennsylvania and Maine. He often painted scenes of rural life, capturing the simplicity and beauty of everyday objects and the starkness of the winter landscape. Wyeth's work is characterized by its attention to detail, muted colors, and a sense of solitude and introspection. One of Wyeth's most famo paintings is "Christina's World" (1948), which portrays a young woman named Christina Olson crawling through a field toward her hoe. This painting, along with others, contributed to his reputation as a prominent American artist. Throughout his career, Wyeth received numero honors and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he received in 1980. His works are displayed in several prominent meums, such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Meum of Modern Art in New York City. Andrew Wyeth's contributions to American art have made him one of the most recognized and celebrated artists of the 20th century. Measures 12.74 x 8.98 Printed circa 1960s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

                Morgan Auctions
              • Andrew Wyeth "Quaker Ladies" Print.
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "Quaker Ladies" Print.

                Est: $200 - $400

                Andrew Wyeth was an American artist known for his realistic and highly detailed paintings, primarily in the medium of tempera and watercolor. He was born on July 12, 1917, in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and died on January 16, 2009, in the same town. Wyeth came from a family of artists, with his father, N.C. Wyeth, and his son, Jamie Wyeth, also being renowned painters. Andrew Wyeth gained significant recognition for his regionalist and realist depictions of the American countryside, particularly the landscapes and people of Pennsylvania and Maine. He often painted scenes of rural life, capturing the simplicity and beauty of everyday objects and the starkness of the winter landscape. Wyeth's work is characterized by its attention to detail, muted colors, and a sense of solitude and introspection. One of Wyeth's most famo paintings is "Christina's World" (1948), which portrays a young woman named Christina Olson crawling through a field toward her hoe. This painting, along with others, contributed to his reputation as a prominent American artist. Throughout his career, Wyeth received numero honors and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he received in 1980. His works are displayed in several prominent meums, such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Meum of Modern Art in New York City. Andrew Wyeth's contributions to American art have made him one of the most recognized and celebrated artists of the 20th century. Measures 13.01 x 8.75 Printed circa 1960s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

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              • Andrew Wyeth "Spring Sun" Print.
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "Spring Sun" Print.

                Est: $200 - $400

                Andrew Wyeth was an American artist known for his realistic and highly detailed paintings, primarily in the medium of tempera and watercolor. He was born on July 12, 1917, in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and died on January 16, 2009, in the same town. Wyeth came from a family of artists, with his father, N.C. Wyeth, and his son, Jamie Wyeth, also being renowned painters. Andrew Wyeth gained significant recognition for his regionalist and realist depictions of the American countryside, particularly the landscapes and people of Pennsylvania and Maine. He often painted scenes of rural life, capturing the simplicity and beauty of everyday objects and the starkness of the winter landscape. Wyeth's work is characterized by its attention to detail, muted colors, and a sense of solitude and introspection. One of Wyeth's most famo paintings is "Christina's World" (1948), which portrays a young woman named Christina Olson crawling through a field toward her hoe. This painting, along with others, contributed to his reputation as a prominent American artist. Throughout his career, Wyeth received numero honors and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he received in 1980. His works are displayed in several prominent meums, such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Meum of Modern Art in New York City. Andrew Wyeth's contributions to American art have made him one of the most recognized and celebrated artists of the 20th century. Measures 13 x 8.76 Printed circa 1960s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

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              • Andrew Wyeth "Storing Up" Print.
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "Storing Up" Print.

                Est: $200 - $400

                Andrew Wyeth was an American artist known for his realistic and highly detailed paintings, primarily in the medium of tempera and watercolor. He was born on July 12, 1917, in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and died on January 16, 2009, in the same town. Wyeth came from a family of artists, with his father, N.C. Wyeth, and his son, Jamie Wyeth, also being renowned painters. Andrew Wyeth gained significant recognition for his regionalist and realist depictions of the American countryside, particularly the landscapes and people of Pennsylvania and Maine. He often painted scenes of rural life, capturing the simplicity and beauty of everyday objects and the starkness of the winter landscape. Wyeth's work is characterized by its attention to detail, muted colors, and a sense of solitude and introspection. One of Wyeth's most famo paintings is "Christina's World" (1948), which portrays a young woman named Christina Olson crawling through a field toward her hoe. This painting, along with others, contributed to his reputation as a prominent American artist. Throughout his career, Wyeth received numero honors and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he received in 1980. His works are displayed in several prominent meums, such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Meum of Modern Art in New York City. Andrew Wyeth's contributions to American art have made him one of the most recognized and celebrated artists of the 20th century. Measures 13.27 x 9.75 Printed circa 1960s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

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              • Andrew Wyeth "May Day" Print.
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "May Day" Print.

                Est: $200 - $400

                Andrew Wyeth was an American artist known for his realistic and highly detailed paintings, primarily in the medium of tempera and watercolor. He was born on July 12, 1917, in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and died on January 16, 2009, in the same town. Wyeth came from a family of artists, with his father, N.C. Wyeth, and his son, Jamie Wyeth, also being renowned painters. Andrew Wyeth gained significant recognition for his regionalist and realist depictions of the American countryside, particularly the landscapes and people of Pennsylvania and Maine. He often painted scenes of rural life, capturing the simplicity and beauty of everyday objects and the starkness of the winter landscape. Wyeth's work is characterized by its attention to detail, muted colors, and a sense of solitude and introspection. One of Wyeth's most famo paintings is "Christina's World" (1948), which portrays a young woman named Christina Olson crawling through a field toward her hoe. This painting, along with others, contributed to his reputation as a prominent American artist. Throughout his career, Wyeth received numero honors and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he received in 1980. His works are displayed in several prominent meums, such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Meum of Modern Art in New York City. Andrew Wyeth's contributions to American art have made him one of the most recognized and celebrated artists of the 20th century. Measures 13.27 x 9.75 Printed circa 1960s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

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              • Andrew Wyeth "The Corner" Print.
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "The Corner" Print.

                Est: $200 - $400

                Andrew Wyeth was an American artist known for his realistic and highly detailed paintings, primarily in the medium of tempera and watercolor. He was born on July 12, 1917, in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and died on January 16, 2009, in the same town. Wyeth came from a family of artists, with his father, N.C. Wyeth, and his son, Jamie Wyeth, also being renowned painters. Andrew Wyeth gained significant recognition for his regionalist and realist depictions of the American countryside, particularly the landscapes and people of Pennsylvania and Maine. He often painted scenes of rural life, capturing the simplicity and beauty of everyday objects and the starkness of the winter landscape. Wyeth's work is characterized by its attention to detail, muted colors, and a sense of solitude and introspection. One of Wyeth's most famo paintings is "Christina's World" (1948), which portrays a young woman named Christina Olson crawling through a field toward her hoe. This painting, along with others, contributed to his reputation as a prominent American artist. Throughout his career, Wyeth received numero honors and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he received in 1980. His works are displayed in several prominent meums, such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Meum of Modern Art in New York City. Andrew Wyeth's contributions to American art have made him one of the most recognized and celebrated artists of the 20th century. Measures 13.24 x 8.99 Printed circa 1960s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

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              • Andrew Wyeth "Burning Off" Print.
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "Burning Off" Print.

                Est: $200 - $400

                Andrew Wyeth was an American artist known for his realistic and highly detailed paintings, primarily in the medium of tempera and watercolor. He was born on July 12, 1917, in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and died on January 16, 2009, in the same town. Wyeth came from a family of artists, with his father, N.C. Wyeth, and his son, Jamie Wyeth, also being renowned painters. Andrew Wyeth gained significant recognition for his regionalist and realist depictions of the American countryside, particularly the landscapes and people of Pennsylvania and Maine. He often painted scenes of rural life, capturing the simplicity and beauty of everyday objects and the starkness of the winter landscape. Wyeth's work is characterized by its attention to detail, muted colors, and a sense of solitude and introspection. One of Wyeth's most famo paintings is "Christina's World" (1948), which portrays a young woman named Christina Olson crawling through a field toward her hoe. This painting, along with others, contributed to his reputation as a prominent American artist. Throughout his career, Wyeth received numero honors and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he received in 1980. His works are displayed in several prominent meums, such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Meum of Modern Art in New York City. Andrew Wyeth's contributions to American art have made him one of the most recognized and celebrated artists of the 20th century. Measures 7.51 x 11.5 Printed circa 1960s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

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              • Andrew Wyeth "Early October" Print.
                May. 26, 2024

                Andrew Wyeth "Early October" Print.

                Est: $200 - $400

                Andrew Wyeth was an American artist known for his realistic and highly detailed paintings, primarily in the medium of tempera and watercolor. He was born on July 12, 1917, in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and died on January 16, 2009, in the same town. Wyeth came from a family of artists, with his father, N.C. Wyeth, and his son, Jamie Wyeth, also being renowned painters. Andrew Wyeth gained significant recognition for his regionalist and realist depictions of the American countryside, particularly the landscapes and people of Pennsylvania and Maine. He often painted scenes of rural life, capturing the simplicity and beauty of everyday objects and the starkness of the winter landscape. Wyeth's work is characterized by its attention to detail, muted colors, and a sense of solitude and introspection. One of Wyeth's most famo paintings is "Christina's World" (1948), which portrays a young woman named Christina Olson crawling through a field toward her hoe. This painting, along with others, contributed to his reputation as a prominent American artist. Throughout his career, Wyeth received numero honors and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he received in 1980. His works are displayed in several prominent meums, such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Meum of Modern Art in New York City. Andrew Wyeth's contributions to American art have made him one of the most recognized and celebrated artists of the 20th century. Measures 7.51 x 11.5 Printed circa 1960s Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

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