Andrew Wyeth In Retrospect at The Brandywine River Museum of Art

“To have all your life’s work and to have them along the wall, it’s like walking in with no clothes on. It’s terrible.” Andrew Wyeth On October 19, 1937, Andrew Wyeth had the first exhibition of his works, a collection of 23 watercolors at the Macbeth Gallery in Manhattan. Two days later all the paintingsContinue reading “Andrew Wyeth In Retrospect at The Brandywine River Museum of Art”

Review: John Singer Sargent Portaits of Artists & Friends

  John Singer Sargent was the top portrait artist of his age, an age when photography and impressionism were having profound impacts on the visual arts. He combined realistic detail with an emotional depth that still resonates and can be experienced at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through October 4. The subjects for his portraitsContinue reading “Review: John Singer Sargent Portaits of Artists & Friends”