24 May 2007
Andrew Wyeth (b. 1917)
Fog and the White Dory
signed 'Andrew Wyeth' (lower left)
watercolor and pencil on paper laid down on board
17¼ x 29¼ in. (43.8 x 74.3 cm.), image size; 18¾ x 29¼ in. (47.6 x 74.3 cm.), sheet size
Executed in 1941.
Doll & Richards, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts.
Private collection, Wayne, Pennsylvania, 1942.
Sotheby's, New York, 28 May 1987, lot 342.
Private collection, South Hampton, New York.
Berry Hill Galleries, New York, 1999.
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New York, Macbeth Gallery, Third Exhibition of Water Colors by Andrew Wyeth, October 7-27, 1941, no. 7.
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, Newman Gallery, Andrew Wyeth and the Wyeth Family, October 1965.
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