Monday, July 12, 2010

A. Wyeth at the Hyde Collecton

Today would have been Andrew Wyeth's 93rd birthday.

In celebration of his work, the Hyde Collection of Glens Falls, New York, is hosting an exhibition called "Andrew Wyeth: An American Legend," consisting of about 45 drawings, watercolors and egg temperas.


The exhibition closes September 5.
Hyde Collection Wyeth exhibit
Image "Long and Limb," 1999, from New York history blog,
which has more info about the show.

7 comments:

Charles Valsechi III said...

I just returned from my first trip to the Brandywine. Had the pleasure of listening to Andrew's grand daughter Victoria talk about his work, and if you know Victoria she is a exploding with enthusiasm. Was an awesome trip! Love the Wyeth families work. Wish I could make the trip to this show.

-Charles

James Gurney said...

Charles, you're lucky!

Victoria was on WAMC public radio this morning with the curator Erin Coe and the museum director David Setford. She had some great stories about her grandfather, who sounded full of life and passionate about painting right up to his dying day.

Bob Mrotek said...

I once had the extraordinary luck to visit Chadds Ford and see some of the Helga paintings. They were incredible and I will always be awe struck by Wyeth's work.

jeff jordan said...
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jeff jordan said...

I'd hate to hear what Christopher Knight would have to say about Andrew Wyeth!

Don Cox said...

Who's Christopher Knight?

अर्जुन said...

""Who's Christopher Knight?"" ~ Why, Peter Brady, of course. It is indeed a Sunshine Day! So get yourself outside and smile!