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"Black Arrow Watercolor 1987 HS 14x10" by Jamie Wyeth - 🔥Framed Signed Original Watercolor on Book Title Page
Black Arrow Watercolor 1987 HS 14x10 Watercolor by Jamie Wyeth
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Jamie Wyeth

"Black Arrow Watercolor 1987 HS 14x10"

1987
  • Watercolor : Watercolor on Tile Page of N. C. Wyeth's Book

    Size : 10x6 in  |  25x15 cm
    Framed : 14x10 in  |  36x25 cm

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Hand SignedUpper Right 
Condition Excellent 
Framed with Glass 
Purchased fromDealer 1987 
Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 
LID72906
Jamie Wyeth

Art Brokerage: James Browning Wyeth was born on July 6, 1946, in Wilmington, Delaware, just south of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, where he grew up and still lives part of each year. In 1973, the Brandywine River Museum showed 143 portraits by members of the Wyeth family, including painters who had married into it. Jamie Wyeth displayed a recently completed self-portrait, Pumpkinhead - Self Portrait, showing a scarecrow-like body topped with a grinning pumpkin. The Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha held the first full retrospective of his work in the winter of 1975-1976, when more than forty of his drawings, watercolors, and oils were exhibited. He drew further national attention with a show at the Coe-Kerr Gallery in 1976 of the portraits he and the late pop artist Andy Warhol did of one another. Some of Wyeth's one-man exhibitions have included those at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (1980), Greenville Museum of Art, SC (1981), Amon Carter Museum (1981), Anchorage Fine Arts Museum (1983), State Museum, Alaska (1983), Portland Museum of Art (1984), Columbia Museum of Art (1984), Oklahoma Arts Center (1985), Farnsworth Art Museum (1993), Brandywine River Museum (1994) and Decatur House, Washington, DC (1995).

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