In Pennsylvania, Exploring Wyeth’s World
Story by Geraldine Fabrikant
The New York Times
May 24, 2013
For nearly 60 years the artist Andrew Wyeth spent every fall and winter in Chadds Ford, Pa., among the hills where colors changed from tawny to russet, and — in the dead of winter — to a sharp, brittle white. Here, in the place where he was born, his fascination with the landscapes and the people never flagged.