N.C. Wyeth Catalogue Raisonné

The Brandywine River Museum's N.C. Wyeth Catalogue Raisonné is an extensive compilation of detailed information regarding one of America's foremost illustrators and painters, N.C. Wyeth. Since 1990, the project, originally conceived by Betsy James Wyeth, the artist’s daughter-in-law, has been generously supported by the Wyeth Foundation for American Art.

Above left: N.C. Wyeth in his studio, ca. 1923, working on one of five murals for the First National Bank of Boston. Photograph by Chester H. Thomas, Kennett Square, Pa., in collection of Brandywine River Museum.

Above middle: The studio of N.C. Wyeth, designed by the artist and restored to appear as it did when he died, houses his easels and furniture, hundreds of books, props of many different kinds collected from around the country, and more. The building, with its great windows facing north and large spaces for painting murals, is where Wyeth created many of his memorable works of art. Photo by Michael Kahn.

Above right: N.C. Wyeth (1882-1945), The Siege of the Round-House (1913), Oil on Canvas, Illustration for Robert Louis Stevenson, Kidnapped: Being Memoirs of the Adventure of David Balfour in the Year 1751 (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1913), Permanent Collection of the Brandywine River Museum, Bequest of Mrs. Russell G. Colt.

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Brandywine River Museum, U.S. Route 1 & PA Route100, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania 19317

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