"10 Pieces of Metropolitan Museum Triton Press 1978"1976
Limited Edition Print : Collotypes
Size : 28x36 in | 71x91 cm
Framed : 32x40 in | 81x102 cm
Edition : From the edition of 300REDUCEDFAVORITE7 WATCHINGWELL PRICED
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Other : All the Prints Are Numbered in Pencil. Only the Certificate is Signed By th
Condition : Other - The ones in the frame are in very good condition. Unframed ones are also in very good condition. These 6 unframed prints are preserved inside the portfolio folder. Some of these unframed prints however have creases along the perimeter caused by inside
Framed with Glass : 4 of the 10 prints are framed the Rest Are mint.
Purchased from : Auction House 2014
Story / Additional Info : Andrew Newell Wyeth, N.A., Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania/Maine, 1917-2009 ), ten collotypes: "Canada", Christina's Teapot", "My Young Friend", "Nogeeshik", "Fence Line", "Teel's Island", "Afternoon Flight", "The Finn", "End of Olsons", and "Cider Barrel", Set 285/300. Comes with a certificate signed and numbered by Andrew Wyeth. Also each collotype is numbered 285 in pencil on the lower left. These were published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, printed by Triton Press, New York, 1976, ranging in size from 16 x 27-7/8 in. to 27 x 35-1/4 in., in cloth-bound portfolio; 4 of the collotypes are already framed. The ones that are framed are Nogeeshik, The Finn, Cider Barrel and Teel's Island. The remaining 6 are mint in the portfolio folder. Some of these loose prints have creases along the margin edges caused by the folding flap. Does not affect the image and will not show when framed.
Certificate of Authenticity : Has been authorized and approved by Andrew Wyeth
LID : 85617
Andrew Wyeth - United States
Art Brokerage: Andrew Wyeth American Artist: b. 1917-2009. Pennsylvania Artist Andrew Wyeth had a vivid memory and fantastic imagination that led to a great fascination for art. Andrew Wyeth held his first one-man show of watercolors painted around the family's summer home at Port Clyde, Maine in 1937. It was a great success that would lead to plenty more. Andrew Wyeth was the Poet Laureate of the United States, the highest honor a living artist can receive. Wyeth was also honored twice by American presidents. Andrew Wyeth passed away on January 15, 2009.