Andrew Wyeth

NationalityAmerican
SkillsPainter
BornJuly 12, 1917 (Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, United States)
DiedJanuary 16, 2009 (Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, United States)

Paintings of Andrew Wyeth

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Very much attracted to Mother Nature from childhood, American Realistic painter Andre Wyeth who won National Medal of Arts from George W. Bush, portrayed this painting in 1950 when he was in his middle age. It depicts a scene from grassland showing a little hill with some grass waffling by the whispering wind. The whole scene has an almost a monotone of the grey color with different shades. Maybe the grass is drying up. As the title suggests, it is the day of November First, the beginning of the chilly winter bringing celebrations like Christmas and New Year’s Day. Painted with watercolor on paper, if you see the painting with a little bit of imagination, you find yourself in open grassland with cold blowing air […]

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A well-reputed American painter Andrew Wyeth has left us a legacy of his remarkable art-works after his recent death in 2009. Wyeth was considered as a realistic painter, but he himself claimed to be an abstract painter. In landscape, he has depicted many scene of the farms situated around his residing. His most famous panting Christina’s world is about a girl sprawled in a green farm looking at a house. In the current picture, there is another depiction of a farm, this time, a farm in a winter-environment. As the season affects, the trees are leaf-less and the grounds are life-less for the most time. I find a little sense of loneliness in the current depiction. Everything seems isolated from another object. The big tree […]

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Pastel colors being a sustainable medium with its own benefits can’t be found in other mediums is a popular type in painting dated back in the times of Leonardo da Vinci. Andrew Wyeth the celebrated American artist has used the medium well in the current depiction which seems to be a scene from a countryside. Providing the greenery a big room on the canvas makes the painting more connected with the nature and its wondrous elements of serenity. The main beauty of work also lurks under the green strokes. Painter might have not used variety of colors but here we can see his adequacy at using the shades of a single color. Almost the whole spectrum of green shades could be found from the various […]

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Andrew Wyeth is a reputable American painter who received National Medal of Arts in 2007 by the president Barack Obama himself. Christina’s World Analysis This realistic and simple painting is Titled Christina’s world. The title is very meaningful comprising the whole way and state of life of the posing model. Apparently, the model was named Anna Christina Olson. She is depicted in the yellowish grassland with a house with other farm-related buildings at the back. The appealing aspect is that Christina was a patient of Polio, which has snatched away her ability to walk. One day, when she was enjoying the meadow and was crawling over it, painter Andrew Wyeth saw her from the window and decided to depict. Eloquent Title He decided the title […]

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