Andrew Wyeth "My Young Friend" Collotype Print 241/300 Female Portrait 1976

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My Young Friend
Andrew Wyeth
1976, Triton Press
The painstaking realism of the painter Andrew Wyeth has made him one of the most popular American artists. The present portrait executed in 1970, entitled My Young Friend, shows a girl positioned slightly to the left of the composition against the flat background, dressed in a thick cable knit sweater and a racoon hat. The sitter is Sissy Spruance, a twenty-year old stable girl who worked on a ranch near the painter’s home in Brandywine, Pennsylvania. According to Wyeth, the girl had caught his attention when riding: “One day I spotted her riding bareback over the meadow, her braided hair flying and those two long strands falling over her face. She was wearing that raccoon skin hat which I’ve never seen any other girl wear, as if she was an animal, not a human being.”
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38.125" x 30.5"
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