Andrew Wyeth's Snow hill
Perhaps nowhere else is Andrew Wyeth?s highly distinctive style more palpable, or moving, than in 'Snow Hill'. His masterful tempera painting of 1989 provides a visual and poetic summary of the Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, residents who had provided artistic inspiration at key points in Wyeth?s career. James H. Duff, a close acquaintance of the artist for more than three decades, invites an expansive reading of the work, including the wide-ranging art historical influences on this singular American artist.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Geneva Public Library||759.13 DUF (Text)
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