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John Singer Sargent painting aboard the Blaney yacht Irona, off Ironbound, 1922

John Singer Sargent painting aboard the Blaney yacht Irona, off Ironbound, 1922

Andrew Wyeth's studio in Chadds Ford, Pa

In Pennsylvania, Exploring Wyeth’s World

This is Andrew's part of the studio.  Note the mirror here also.  The building was once used as an old school, and when the ceiling was repaired for the studio, it was repaired keeping the look of the old ceiling at Andrew's insistence.  It cost ten times more than it would have if just drywalled over.  So cool.  In the foreground is the palette Wyeth used to mix his temperas - a mixture of egg yolk and pigment which gave him the textures he was seeking.

This is Andrew's part of the studio. Note the mirror here also. The building was once used as an old school, and when the ceiling was repaired for the studio, it was repaired keeping the look of the old ceiling at Andrew's insistence. It cost ten times more than it would have if just drywalled over. So cool. In the foreground is the palette Wyeth used to mix his temperas - a mixture of egg yolk and pigment which gave him the textures he was seeking.

De Kooning in his studio, with a bottle of safflower oil and bowls of paint on his worktable, 1971. Photo Dan Budnik.

De Kooning in his studio, with a bottle of safflower oil and bowls of paint on his worktable, 1971. Photo Dan Budnik.

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