Frank E. Fowler Representing Andrew Wyeth

Andrew Wyeth

(American, 1917 - 2009)

above the orchard (first version) by andrew wyeth

Andrew Wyeth

Above the Orchard (First Version), 1957

army blanket by andrew wyeth

Andrew Wyeth

Army Blanket, 1957

branch in the snow by andrew wyeth

Andrew Wyeth

Branch in the Snow, 1980

hoffman's barn by andrew wyeth

Andrew Wyeth

Hoffman's Barn, 1959

jack in the pulpit by andrew wyeth

Andrew Wyeth

Jack in The Pulpit, 1995

lilly pads by andrew wyeth

Andrew Wyeth

Lilly Pads, 1954



Born July 12, in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania; son of illustrator N.C. Wyeth (1882-1945)
First solo exhibition (of Maine watercolors) at Macbeth Gallery, New York, sells out in two days; appears in ARTnews and Art in America; Macbeth Gallery becomes dealer
Marries Betsy James
Andrew Wyeth died in his sleep at his home in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, after a brief illness
Portrait of President Eisenhower commissioned for Time cover; Philadelphia Museum of Art buys a Wyeth, highest price ever paid for a living artist’s work
Retrospective at Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; traveling solo exhibition organized by Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; receipt of Presidential Medal of Freedom is subject of Time cover story (first artist to appear on the magazine’s cover); Dallas Museum of Fine Arts and Farnsworth Art Museum, Maine, pay record prices for Wyeths
Life magazine refers to Wyeth as, “America’s preeminent artist,” in interview replete with twenty pages of reproductions
Record-setting traveling retrospective organized by Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts visits Baltimore Museum of Art, Whitney Museum, and Art Institute of Chicago
Retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art; group exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California; begins painting Siri, the second of three serial female models
Brandywine River Museum opens in Chadds Ford, features a constant rotation of Wyeths; retrospective at M.H. deYoung Memorial Museum, San Francisco


1976 - 1977
Two Worlds of Andrew Wyeth: Kuerners and Olsons, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Exhibition at Museum of Modern Art
Exhibits temperas at Macbeth Gallery
First New York show at the Macbeth Gallery