B.1917, US; private collection
The most famous work by American painter Andrew Wyeth, and one of the best-known American paintings of the 20th century. Painted in 1948, it is a tempera on panel and resides in the MOMA (Museum of Modern Art), New York City, USA.
Tempera on composition board, 1946; North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina
One of the most popular artists in American history. His paintings of rural life convey a deep sympathy for people and a sense of the hardness and brevity of life. He was awarded the Medal of Freedom in 1963, and The National Institute of Arts and Letters gold medal in 1965. In 1970 he had an exhibition in the White House, the first ever held there. In 1980, he became the first living American artist to be elected to Britain's Royal Academy. In 1988, Wyeth received the Congressional Gold Medal and in 2007 he received the National Medal of Arts. B. 12 July 1917 (Chadds Ford, PA, USA) d. 16 January 2009 (Chadds Ford, PA, USA).
1944, tempera on panel; Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, Maine
1987, watercolor on paper; private collection
2003, tempera on panel; private collection
Braids (Portrait of Helga Testorf); 1979; American; Regionalism; private collection; tempera on panel; size unknown
Christina's World; 1948; American; Regionalism; Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, U.S.A.; tempera on panel; 82 x 121 cm
Dodges Ridge; 1947; American; Regionalism; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; tempera on board; 105 x 123 cmReg
Wind from the Sea; 1947; American; Regionalism; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; tempera on board; 47 x 70 cm
Off at Sea; 1972; American; Regionalism; current location unknown; tempera on panel; size unknown
Maga's Daughter; 1966; American; Regionalism; private collection; tempera on panel; size unknown
Sea Boots; 1976; American; Regionalism; Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan, U.S.A.; oil on masonite; size unknown
Soaring; 1950; American; Regionalism; Shelburne Museum, Vermont, U.S.A.; tempera on masonite; 122 x 221 cm