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    Andrew Wyeth, who portrayed the hidden melancholy of the people and landscapes of Pennsylvania's Brandywine Valley and coastal Maine in works such as "Christina's World"

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Anna Christina Study, watercolor by Andrew Wyeth

Brandywine Valley Andrew Wyeth, 1940

"You know when you’re on the right path because you feel so at home where you stand. And you bless the many detours that led you to this moment of discovery. Without being so very lost at times, I would never have known what it feels like to find me." - Giselle Fernandez

Upstate NY Snowlight - texturized photograph taken by a New York based photographer Diana Lee -- reminiscent of Andrew Wyeth's style.

Andrew Wyeth 'Four Poster' 1946 drybrush watercolor (greenvillemuseum) copy

Andrew Wyeth 'Study for The Reefer' watercolor on paper

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"Sea boots" (1976), by Andrew Wyeth. Master of pale colours and strange colour combos (imo).

Andrew Wyeth 'The Stone Fence' tempera on panel by Plum leaves, via Flickr

Andrew Wyeth - Cooling shed (1953) A subtle symphony of whites and a deceptively simple subject make a big impact!