Currently on display is an exhibition of Andrew Wyeth's works entitled Summers in Port Clyde—Watercolors from the 1930s and Early 1940s.
The Farnsworth Art Museum has had a long-standing relationship with Andrew Wyeth. It was in 1944, four years before the Farnsworth even opened, that the museum purchased watercolors by the emerging young artist. In 1951, the museum, in collaboration with the Currier Gallery (now the Currier Museum of Art) in Manchester, New Hampshire, mounted Andrew Wyeth's first solo museum retrospective
Amy Morey will lead visitors through this exhibition during a 30-minute gallery tour.
Location: meet in museum main lobby
Seating: limited to 20 people
Cost: free with admission
To sign up: please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207-596-0949
|Andrew Wyeth, Lobster Traps, 1939 watercolor. Private Collection. © Andrew Wyeth|