Andrew Wyeth: The Artist's Life and Legacy
The PBS series "American Masters" this week debuts its documentary film about great American painter Andrew Wyeth, who painted many of his most famous works in Maine. We discuss Wyeth's life and legacy with those who knew him and have studied his work.
- Chris Crosman, Trustee, Wyeth Foundation for American Art, former Director of the Farnsworth Museum
- Elliot Bostwick Davis, Chair of the Americas Department at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- Peter Ralston, photographer and Wyeth family friend
- Wyeth on American Masters from PBS
- Time Magazine: Andrew Wyeth at 100 and the Story Behind His Most Famous Painting
- Wyeth at the Museum of Modern Art
- Wyeth's New York Times Obituary
- 'Fascinating And Also A Little Bit Uncomfortable': Andrew Wyeth At 100
- Andrew Wyeth’s Olson House paintings return to Maine
- The Olson House, depicted in "Christina's World," is in Cushing, ME
- Who is Dr. Syn? Unlocking the secrets of this strange Andrew Wyeth painting
- Wyeth was greatly influenced by the film "The Big Parade"
- With Works by Three Wyeths, the Shelburne Museum Invites Viewers to Shift Perspectives
- Jamie Wyeth (Andrew's son)