A stunningly beautiful look at a modern painter everyone thought they knew and understood. Once and for all, we take the full measure of an artist who, despite enormous visibility, spent a life revealing his true self to only a select few.

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WYETH is a documentary feature film that uses Andrew Wyeth's life's work to tell the story of his life's search for "mad freedom and excitement with truth." This stunningly beautiful film will look at a modern painter everyone thought they knew and understood. Once and for all, we take the full measure of an artist who, despite enormous visibility, spent a life revealing his true self to only a select few. To mark the 100th anniversary of Andrew Wyeth's birth, the Brandywine River Museum of Art and the Seattle Art Museum will organize Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect, an exhibition opening in summer 2017 featuring over 100 well-known a seen works selected from major museums and private collections. WYETH will document the mounting of this exhibition, and use the art within as a framework for telling the painter's compelling life story. Much like the rooms and windows Andrew Wyeth explored in many of his paintings, our lm will explore both an internal and external journey. WYETH will ... Written by Chayne Gregg

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An American painter with an epic American story.

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