Andrew Wyeth

Andrew Wyeth Branch in the Snow watercolor on paper 21.38" x 30" 1980

Andrew Wyeth Snowflakes watercolor 1966

Andrew Wyeth Sunday Times watercolor on paper 22"x 30" 1987

Andrew Wyeth Ice Pool Watercolor 1969

Ann Feldman has requested a post dedicated to Andrew Wyeth's watercolors of snow scenes, and has this to say:

When the subject is snow, I think immediately of Andrew Wyeth's watercolors.  The brightness of the snow is so beautifully offset by his monochrome landscapes.  These paintings feel cold and still.  Just like snow.

I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape– 
the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits 
beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show. 
–Andrew Wyeth

The month of December will be dedicated to the theme of "Winter". Please email your suggestion (not your own work please) with a few words to decribe why you like it. Be sure to include the title, medium, size and year.

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