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Ann Wyeth Maccoy

(1882 -  1945 )
MACCOY Ann Wyeth Louise Loved To Climb To The Summit On One Of The Barren                         Hills Flanking The River And Stand There While The Wind                         Blew

Sotheby's
May 24, 2006
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Ann Wyeth Maccoy - Louise Loved To Climb To The Summit On One Of The Barren                         Hills Flanking The River And Stand There While The Wind                         Blew

Ann Wyeth Maccoy - Louise Loved To Climb To The Summit On One Of The Barren Hills Flanking The River And Stand There While The Wind Blew

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Lot number: 100
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signed N.C. Wyeth and dated '07, l.r. oil on canvas This painting is included in the N.C. Wyeth catalogue raisonné database that is being compiled by the Brandywine River Museum and Conservancy, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. LITERATURE AND REFERENCES Douglas Allen and Douglas Allen, Jr., N.C. Wyeth: The Collected Paintings, Illustrations and Murals, New York, 1972, p. 199

CATALOGUE NOTE
This painting, which depicts the artist's mother, was one of four color plates used to illustrate Langford of the Three Bars by Kate and Virgil D. Boyles. It was also reproduced in orange tint on the dust wrapper.
Ann Wyeth Maccoy - They Took Their Wives With Them On Their Cruises

Ann Wyeth Maccoy - They Took Their Wives With Them On Their Cruises

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Lot number: 101
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signed N.C. Wyeth, dated Feb. 28, 1942, and inscribed To Ken and Nancy/with affection and gratitude from convers, l.r. oil on artist's board Painted circa 1937. This painting is included in the N.C. Wyeth catalogue raisonné database that is being compiled by the Brandywine River Museum and Conservancy, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.

PROVENANCE
Dr. Kenneth and Nancy Scott, Oakbourne, Pennsylvania (gift from the artist) By descent to the present owner EXHIBITED Portland, Maine, Maine Historical Society, Exhibition of N.C. Wyeth's Paintings for Trending Into Maine, July 1938 Rockland, Maine, Farnsworth Art Museum, Trending Into Maine: The Illustrations of N.C. Wyeth, May 2001-December 2002 LITERATURE AND REFERENCES "The Romance that is Maine's," The Boston Herald, June 19, 1938, rotogravure section, unpaginated Kenneth Roberts, Trending Into Maine, Boston, 1938, p. 115, illustrated in color Douglas Allen and Douglas Allen, Jr., N.C. Wyeth: The Collected Paintings, Illustrations and Murals, New York, 1972, p. 216 Beverly F. Stoughton, "Women at Sea," American History Illustrated, vol. XV, no. 3, June 1980, p. 8, illustrated in color

CATALOGUE NOTE
N.C. Wyeth frequently corresponded with Trending Into Maine author Kenneth Roberts as he created the illustrations for the novel, seeking any information that would shed light on the characters and allow him to paint them with sympathy and insight. The author and publisher granted him full artistic license in his choice of subjects, not restricting him to a strict interpretation of the text. Overall, Wyeth was determined to "depict what is historically true of this particular coastline, and what is universal in appeal." Wyeth proudly wrote to his daughter, Henrietta, "The string of...panels...for the Maine book done since you left are, I firmly believe, my tops in illustrative painting."
Ann Wyeth Maccoy - So The Change Was Made, And They Went Forward As Briskly As They Durst On The Uneven Causeway (crossing The Fens)

Ann Wyeth Maccoy - So The Change Was Made, And They Went Forward As Briskly As They Durst On The Uneven Causeway (crossing The Fens)

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Lot number: 46
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N. C. Wyeth SO THE CHANGE WAS MADE, AND THEY WENT FORWARD AS BRISKLY AS THEY DURST ON THE UNEVEN CAUSEWAY (CROSSING THE FENS) 1882 - 1945 signed N.C. Wyeth (lower right) oil on canvas 32 by 40 inches (81.3 by 101.6 cm) Painted in 1916.
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