A Visit to N.C. Wyeth’s Home and Studio, Part I

by Matthew Innis |

In February of 1911, a commission came N.C. Wyeth’s way which would set him back on a surer course.  Not only would this commission change his life completely, it would encourage Wyeth to remain in Pennsylvania and subsequently cement his association with Chadds Ford forever.

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