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N.C. Wyeth (1882-1945) has always been one of my favorite American artists/illustrators, and the patriarch of one of America's most admired artistic families. A…
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"Smokey Face" - by N. C. Wyeth, (1917)
"Smokey Face" - by N. C. Wyeth, (1917)
Illustration by Newell Convers Wyeth - for "Thumbelina" (Thumbelisa) A Hans Christian Andersen story (1940).
Illustration by Newell Convers Wyeth - for "Thumbelina" (Thumbelisa) A Hans Christian Andersen story (1940).
a painting of a man fishing in the water
N.C. Wyeth - "Thoreau Fishing at Walden Pond" (1936) Painted for the book - 'Men of Concord and Some Others, as Portrayed in the Journal of Henry David Thoreau.'
two children are playing in the water on a boat with a stick and lily pads
"Two Boys in a Boat Punt" - by N.C. Wyeth
a painting of two women sitting at a table in front of a man with a knife and fork
N.C. Wyeth, "The Woman From Yonder", The Century Magazine, Nov. 1913
a painting of people sitting at a table in a room with bookshelves and other furniture
N.C. Wyeth - "Drafting the Declaration of Independence in 1776" - 1944 (Oil on Panel)
a man and woman standing next to each other in front of a painting on the wall
N.C. Wyeth - "The King's Henchman" ((opera by Deems Taylor) 1927 - Steinway piano advertisement in Good Housekeeping, February 1928
an illustration of two men in native american clothing, one running and the other throwing rocks
NC Wyeth "The savage gave the yell ... and came bounding across the open ground, flourishing a tomahawk" - Deerslayer by James Fenimore Cooper (Charles Scribners Sons, 1929)
a painting of people sitting at a table in a room with two men talking to each other
N. C. Wyeth (1882 – 1945) - "The Story of Coffee" (1940); Oil on board, 27 × 25 inches
a painting of a man standing on top of a rocky hill next to a river
Illustration for the 1941 edition of Robert Louis Stephenson's "Kidnapped" by NC Wyeth (1882 - 1945)
a painting of people sitting at a table in a room with two men talking to each other
N. C. Wyeth (1882 – 1945) - "The Story of Coffee" - 1940, Oil on board, 27 × 25 inches
two people standing in the water with one holding a fishing pole and another looking at something
N.C. Wyeth, "A Primitive Spearman", Scribner's Magazine, Oct. 1913
three indians sitting on the ground eating food
NC Wyeth - "Nothing would escape their black, jewel-like inscrutable eyes..." (The Guardians) Illustration for Harpers Monthly Magazine, 1911 - oil on canvas, 46 ½ x 37 ½ in.
a painting of two men in a row boat
"The Black Arrow" by Robert Louis Stevenson - illustrated by N.C. Wyeth