Andrew Wyeth was primarily a realist painter, working predominantly in a regionalist style. He was one of the best-known American artists of the middle 20th century, and was sometimes referred to as the "Painter of the People," due to his work's popularity with the American public. He painted Christina's World in 1948 three years after the death of his father N.C. Wyeth. His palette became muted, his landscapes barren, and his figures—if present—seemed plaintive. The painting epitomizes these traits and conveys the impression that it is an outward expression of Wyeth's inner grief.
Printed on silk canvas with archival ink before hand-brushing transparent glaze.
Resin frame with wood-tone stain and hint of gold. Our frames are selected to enhance the art within. Because we make your print by hand when it is ordered, the frame may vary from that depicted.
(Custom sizes may be available upon request.)