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  WIC Biography - Henriette Wyeth
Born in 1907, the late Henriette Wyeth was the first of five children of the painter Newell Convers Wyeth and his wife, Carolyn.
For all her life, Henriette Wyeth had been surrounded by artistry, intelligence, beauty, initiative and imagination.
Her love for the symphony, opera, and theatre, as well as all forms of intellectual growth sustain Henriette Wyeth's life, encouraging her capacity to draw, sketch, paint and expand her joy of life and living.
www.wic.org /bio/hwyeth.htm   (280 words)

  A Finding Aid to the Peter Hurd and Henriette Wyeth Hurd Papers, 1917-1989, in the Archives of American Art
The Peter Hurd and Henriette Wyeth Hurd papers were donated to the Archives of American Art in 1991 and 1994 by Michael Hurd and Henriette Wyeth Hurd, the son and widow of Peter Hurd.
Henriette Wyeth was born in 1907 in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and studied at the Normal Art School in Boston in 1920, and later at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Henriette was primarily known as a portrait painter.
www.aaa.si.edu /collections/findingaids/hurdpete.htm   (1206 words)

  Wyeth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wyeth was one of 22 companies selected by the government in 1944 to manufacture penicillin for the military, and later for the general public.
Wyeth waived patent royalties on its innovative bifuricated needle, aiding in the delivery of over 200 million smallpox vaccines per year.
Wyeth made history in 1984 with the introduction of Advil, the first nonprescription ibuprofen in America, as well as the most famous prescription-to-OTC switch in history.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wyeth   (1166 words)

 N.C. Wyeth   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nightfall, 1945 Wyeth was father of artist Andrew Wyeth and artist Henriette Wyeth who married his protege Peter Hurd.
Wyeth Center at Farnsworth Museum The Wyeth family has produced three generations of artists and illustrators.
Wyeth Hurd Gallery Santa Fe, N.M. gallery representing Henriette Wyeth and Peter Hurd, as well as Andrew, Jamie, and N.C. Wyeth.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-N.C._Wyeth.html   (420 words)

 N.C. Wyeth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wyeth's 1925 depiction of Francis Parkman, for an edition of Parkman's The Oregon Trail.
One of the largest private collections of N.C. Wyeth's paintings is located at The Hill School, a private boarding school in Pottstown, Pennsylvania.
A significant public collection of Wyeth's work is on display at the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/N.C._Wyeth   (207 words)

 N.C. Wyeth.com
Henriette Wyeth Hurd, the oldest of the children and the only one to live her life and raise a family of painters outside the valley, persisted on the Hurd ranch in New Mexico until her death last year.
Henriette Wyeth's portraits of her sister Carolyn and of Andrew and Betsy Wyeth are among her most sympathetic.
Carolyn Wyeth's work is represented by the haunting Dark Shore (1933) and Deep Summer (1956); her brooding portrait of the Wyeth homestead, Up from the Woods (1974), is the kind of painting that permanently changes one's view of its subject: I never looked at the house or its inhabitants in the same way again.
www.ncwyeth.com /wyethsworld.html   (3638 words)

 The Wyeth Family
Wyeth is best known as an illustrator and his images appear in children's classics, tales of adventure, historic and patriotic poems, and magazine stories.
NC Wyeth's first child, is considered by many art scholars to be one of the great women painters of the 20th century.
Henriette Wyeth's paintings reflect the deep appreciation she felt for the brief bloom of a flower, or a fleeting expression on a child's face; an integral part of what she termed "the deliciousness of life." She appreciated beauty on a very deep level.
www.andrew-wyeth-prints.com /wyethfamily.html   (514 words)

 Wyeth Artists
Henriette Wyeth is the eldest daughter of Newell Convers Wyeth and Carolyn Bockius Wyeth.
Henriette was separated from her family and is still today the only Wyeth to leave the east coast.
Henriette Wyeth's portraits and still life paintings attest to the fact that she is considered by many art scholars to be one of the greatest women painters of the twentieth century.
www.wyethartists.com /wyeth-family-artists/henriette-wyeth.htm   (604 words)

 The Daily Times - News - 09/30/2005 - Brandywine River Museum presents Andrew Wyeth’s early watercolors   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Overnight Wyeth was heralded as a major new talent, a worthy successor to Winslow Homer, the dean of watercolors and one of the country’s most successful commercial artists.
Wyeth’s intimate portraits based in Chadds Ford feature scenes of rural life in America, with nary a nod to 20th century progress.His models are family, close friends, and neighbors including a Chadds Ford community of African-Americans.
And with the study "Beckie King," Wyeth gives the viewer a tender portrait of an aged woman in bed, enduring what proves to be her final illness.
www.delcotimes.com /site/news.cfm?BRD=1675&dept_id=18179&newsid=15305229&PAG=461&rfi=9   (1309 words)

 Information on N.C. Wyeth
N.C. Wyeth, otherwise known as Newell Convers Wyeth, is considered one of the greatest American illustrators.
Wyeth, born October 22, 1882, was raised in Neeham, Massachusetts.
Wyeth’s studio in Chadd’s Ford, Pennsylvania, built 1911, was always filled with props and other objects waiting to be used in one of his pieces of work.
momo.essortment.com /ncwyethameri_rizf.htm   (529 words)

 N.C. Wyeth's Studio
N.C. Wyeth (1882-1945) was a Yankee transplant to the Brandywine Valley.
Wyeth next fell in love with the pastoral Middle Atlantic area as a subject for landscapes, about the time he and his bride, the former Carolyn Bockius, settled in the historic and picturesque Brandywine Valley.
In October 1945, N.C. Wyeth and a grandson were killed when their car stalled at a Chadds Ford railroad crossing and was struck by a passing train.
www.antiquesandthearts.com /archive/wyeth.htm   (1883 words)

 Search Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Wyeth, Andrew Newell Wyeth, Andrew Newellwī´eth, 1917-, American painter, b.
Wyeth, Newell Convers Wyeth, Newell Convers, 1882-1945, American painter and illustrator, b.
Wyeth, Nathaniel Jarvis Wyeth, Nathaniel Jarvis, 1802-56, American explorer and trader in the far West, b.
www.encyclopedia.com /searchpool.asp?target=Henriette+Wyeth   (529 words)

 Biography of Jamie Wyeth
Jamie Wyeth has since adolescence attracted considerable attention as a third-generation American artist: son of Andrew Wyeth, among the country's most popular painters, and the grandson of Newell Convers Wyeth, famous for his distinctive illustrations for the classic novels by Stevenson, Cooper, and Scott.
A highlight of the show was the younger Wyeth's meticulously executed Portrait of Pig, which spans seven by five feet.
Wyeth's works are included in many public collections, including those of the Terra Museum of American Art, National Gallery of Art, National Portrait Gallery, John F. Kennedy Library, Museum of Modern Art, Joslyn Art Museum, Farnsworth Art Museum, Delaware Art Museum, and Brandywine River Museum.
www.jamiewyeth.com /biography.html   (1529 words)

 Lakes Art Center
Henriette Wyeth, born in Chadd’s Ford, Pennsylvania, was the oldest child of the famous artist and illustrator Newell Convers Wyeth.
Henriette vowed never to marry a painter, but she fell in love with Peter Hurd, a handsome young artist from New Mexico who had come to Chadd’s Ford to study with her father.
She continued her painting and the Wyeth Hurd home became a mecca for many famous people who sat for portraits, played polo or simply enjoyed the company of their hosts.
www.lakesart.org /managed/HenrietteWyeth.html   (183 words)

 Capturing Nureyev: Jamie Wyeth Paints the Dancer
The household of the Wyeth family, located in the Brandywine Valley in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, was packed with creativity: from the colorful works of Andrew Wyeth's father Newell Convers to the paintings of sisters Carolyn and Henriette; from the toy inventions of brother Nathaniel to the compositions of the youngest sister, Ann.
Andrew Wyeth, one of the most famous American artists, has been referred to as a representational painter, a painter associated with Realism and Naturalism, of rural American life, and—to his critics—merely an illustrator.
Henriette Wyeth's right hand was crippled by polio at an early age, but that didn't stop her from joining her family at the easel.
artsedge.kennedy-center.org /exploring/ballet/nw/wyeth/wyethfamily.html   (1299 words)

 henriette   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 Newell Convers Wyeth Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Wyeth emulated Pyle's approach as nearly as possible, painting much of the same kind of subject matter; medieval life, pirates, Americana.
His daughters Henriette and Caroline, are both accomplished painters; Ann, a composer, and his son, Andrew, is a famous painter.
At the time of his tragic death in a railway crossing accident, N. Wyeth was one of America's best loved painters.
www.illustration-house.com /bios/wyeth_bio.html   (225 words)

 biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Newell Convers Wyeth was born in Needham, Massachusettes on October 22, 1882.
Wyeth first studied at the Massachusetts Normal Arts School, then at the Eric Pape School of Art and, in the summer of 1901, he studied art in Annisquam.
In Howard Pyle’s tradition of painting authentically, Wyeth was sent by the Saturday Evening Post to the southwest in the fall of 1904 to study the culture.
www.americanillustration.org /html/nw/bio.html   (309 words)

 The Wyeth Family
Jamie Wyeth considers most all of his paintings to be portraits -- even a painting of a bale of hay.
The oldest child of N.C. Wyeth, Henriette was a child prodigy and was schooled by her father from an early age.
Carolyn Wyeth upheld the family tradition by painting the landscape and objects that surrounded her in the family home at Chadds Ford.
www.delart.org /damdocent/20wyethfamily.html   (998 words)

 Arts & Activities: At Sentinel Ranch: Michael Hurd, Peter Hurd and Henriette Wyeth - Walking through History
Henriette was the oldest of the five Wyeth children, all of whom grew up in this invigorating and creative world.
Henriette's siblings, Carolyn, and Andrew--also excelled in art--while Ann became a musician and composer, and Nathaniel pursued a successful career in scientific inventions.
Henriette enjoyed it all, not dutifully, but thoughtfully subordinating her name to support her father and later her husband.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0HTZ/is_2_135/ai_113759412   (1572 words)

 art-exchange, Where the World Finds Art.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Jamie Wyeth has since adolescence attracted considerable attention as a third-generation American artist: son of Andrew Wyeth, among the country's most popular painters, and the grandson of Newell Convers Wyeth, famous for his distinctive illustrations for the classic novels by Stevenson, Cooper, and Scott.
The technical facility Wyeth showed even in his early work helps explain why his first one-man show in New York happened when he was only 20, and a retrospective in Omaha, Nebraska, occurred before his 30th birthday.
During childhood, Wyeth had before him the example not only of his father and grandfather but also two of his aunts, Carolyn Wyeth and Henriette (Wyeth) Hurd, and his uncles Peter Hurd and John McCoy - all painters.
www.art-exchange.com /artistbio.asp?FN=Jamie&LN=Wyeth   (412 words)

 Newell Convers Wyeth Biography
An inveterate "drawer" as a child, Wyeth began his formal art training very sporadically, jumping from school to school (including a short stay at the Eric Pape School) and instructor to instructor until, at age 20, he was accepted into the Howard Pyle School for the 1902 sessions.
Wyeth was graduated from the Pyle School of Art in 1904 - which simply meant that he no longer had to attend classes.
Wyeth also wanted to be a "fine artist" - an easel painter who would command the respect of the artistic community - whatever that means.
www.bpib.com /illustrat/wyeth.htm   (1110 words)

 N.C. Wyeth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Newell Convers Wyeth (October 22, 1882 - October 19, 1945) was an American artist and illustrator.
Born in Needham, Massachusetts, he studied under Howard Pyle.
Wyeth was father of artist Andrew Wyeth and artist Henriette Wyeth who married his protege Peter Hurd.
www.encyclopedia-online.info /N.C._Wyeth   (139 words)

 Local News
His work and Henriette's, along with that of the late N.C. Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth and the late Peter Hurd, are among more than 200 pieces available for viewing and most for purchase.
Henriette was Peter Hurd's wife, N.C. Wyeth's daughter and Andrew Wyeth's sister.
She was the only Wyeth family member to move west from Pennsylvania, settling in a New Mexico valley just east of Ruidoso.
www.texnews.com /local97/art041097.html   (634 words)

 Su Casa :: Feature Articles:: Transcendence & Reflection
The ranch hacienda was just a two-room house when Henriette Wyeth first saw it in 1937 or 1938; the stout adobe walls were a legacy of the Maes family that built it in the 1850s.
Wyeth had gained fame and fortune for his unforgettable paintings of scenes for classic tales such as Treasure Island and Last of the Mohicans.
Henriette Wyeth shared the Sentinel Ranch with her husband and fellow painter, Peter Hurd.
www.sucasamagazine.com /Winter_2002/pages/transcendence.html   (321 words)

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Henriette Wyeth, born in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, is the oldest child of the famous illustrator and artist, Newell Convers Wyeth.
Though Henriette vowed never to marry a painter, she fell in love with Peter Hurd, a handsome young artist from New Mexico who came to Chadds Ford to study with her father.
Henriette is nationally recognized not only for her sensitive and mysterious still-life paintings but also her stunning realist portraits.
www.askart.com /askart/artist.aspx?artist=3888   (544 words)

 N. C. Wyeth
In 1906 Wyeth and Carolyn Brenneman Bockius were married in the Wilmington Unitarian church.
Wyeth donated a painting of Jesus holding a baby to the Wilmington church in 1937.
The Wyeth archives and the largest collection of N. Wyeth's art are at the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, PA. Collections of Wyeth illustrations are housed in the public libraries in Wilmington, Philadelphia and New York City.
www.uua.org /uuhs/duub/articles/ncwyeth.html   (584 words)

 Henriette wyeth - The Wyeth Family   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Henriette Wyeth Hurd, Ann Wyeth McCoy, and Nathaniel Wyeth.
Of these, Henriette Wyeth (1907—1997), the daughter of NC Wyeth and sister of Andrew, is the best known.
The oldest child of NC Wyeth, Henriette was a child prodigy and was schooled by her Henriette Wyeth searched for the essential in whatever she painted.
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 Lakes Art Center
Daughter - Henriette Wyeth - became a portraitist
Son in Law (married to Henriette) - Peter Hurd
Son - Andrew Newell Wyeth - became a painter
www.lakesart.org /managed/WyethList.html   (26 words)

 Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Work and art are right at home for artist 10/25/98
Michael Hurd, son of the late artists Henriette Wyeth and Peter Hurd, has transformed the 150 year old San Patricio, N.M. hacienda that belonged to his parents into a bed and breakfast operation of the adjacent Hurd La Rinconada Gallery.
Wyeth, daughter of American master N.C. Wyeth and a sister of Andrew Wyeth, recalled in a 1989 interview.
Wyeth died last year at the age of 89.
www.augustachronicle.com /stories/102598/fea_wyethhome.shtml   (642 words)

 Virtual Art Tour of the Raymond James Financial Center - "Untitled" - Jamie Wyeth
randson of historical illustrator and muralist N.C. Wyeth, son of landscape and portrait artist Andrew Wyeth, nephew of New Mexican painter Henriette Wyeth Hurd, James Browning Wyeth was born July 6, 1946 in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.
Wyeth was also to witness and record several space launches, their preparations and personnel.
During the inauguration, Wyeth was the only artist in attendance who was sketching.
www.rjf.com /art/wyeth.htm   (272 words)

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