Andrew Wyeth's "Ides of March" The Making of a Masterpiece
This exhibition is a focused study on the development of one of Andrew Wyeth's most famous tempera paintings, Ides of March. Over 30 of nearly 60 studies-from quick notational sketches to finely delineated drawings-that the artist made in preparation for the final painting will be displayed.
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