Andrew Wyeth: Memory & Magic

@inproceedings{Knutson2005AndrewWM,
  title={Andrew Wyeth: Memory \& Magic},
  author={Anne Knutson and J. V. Wilmerding and Chris Crosman and Kathleen A. Foster and Michael Rupert Taylor},
  year={2005}
}
While striving for a comprehensiveness that is appropriate to the breadth and scope of Wyeth's prolific oeuvre, "Andrew Wyeth: Memory & Magic" will focus on the artist's ongoing love affair with everyday things - domestic, natural and architectural. Found throughout Wyeth's portraits, landscapes and domestic interiors, these objects form patterns that illuminate core themes and reveal the artist wrestling with issues of memory, temporality, embodiment, and the metaphysical. The book will… 

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