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Wyeth Wonderland:
Joséphine Douet Envisions Andrew Wyeth’s World

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The land and people of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, made famous by Andrew Wyeth, are looked at afresh by photographer Joséphine Douet.  This catalog is illustrated with 37 color images of Douet’s photographs and Wyeth’s watercolors and drawings, paired with comments by the photographer and quotations from the artist that reflect on a rural way of life ── a sense of place ──  in a contemporary society.  An essay by Curator Laura Vookles and a transcript of a conversation with Douet present the genesis both of this photography project and the Hudson River Museum exhibition (February 25 – May 14, 2017).

Jewelry Collection
by Kuo Ting Jewelry

Inspired by Wyeth Wonderland:
Joséphine Douet Envisions Andrew Wyeth’s World

Designed exclusively for the Museum, Debbie Kuo, designer for Kuo Ting Jewelry, uses wire-wrapping techniques with semi-precious gemstones, wood, glass, sterling silver, and 22-karat gold vermeil to echo the subtle colors yet vibrant images in Joséphine Douet’s and Andrew Wyeth’s work. Her jewelry has been featured in Lucky, Martha Stewart Weddings, InStyle and Pop Gloss.


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Whitfield Lovell:
All Things in Time
Andrew Stevovich:
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