A very imaginative painting by N.C. Wyeth, entitled Giant

Don’t Write What You Do Know, Write What You Don’t Know

One of my all time favorite artists/paintings. Newell Convers Wyeth (October 1882 – October known as N.C. Wyeth, was an American artist and illustrator. He was the pupil of artist Howard Pyle and became one of America's greatest illustrators

All Birds Shall Have Homes' out and away in the blue mist, off and gone in the gray haze.... 1928 by N. C. Wyeth

All Birds Shall Have Homes' out and away in the blue mist, off and gone in the gray haze. Wyeth I have been looking for a cool NC Wyeth picture.

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Wyeth from "Cease Firing" by Mary Johnston N. Wyeth and The Lord of the Rings can pretty much describe my entire childhood

N.C. Wyeth. This is incredible!

Read’m and weep. The Golden Age Illustrators’ work reminds me of how everybody forgot to draw and then forgot that they forgot. mudwerks: “ (via Golden Age Comic Book Stories) N. Wyeth “ Illustrations for Scribner’s Magazine.

NC Wyeth    - Born in MA in 1882  - worked on " true, solid American subjects–nothing foreign about them " in early career, mostly westerns  - later worked on medieval and fairy tale subject matters  - most famous for his 'Treasure Island' illustrations  - created over 3,000 paintings, illustrated 112 books  - died in train accident in 194

~ by artist N C Wyeth - (western, wild wild west, native American, canoe)

“And when they came to the sword that the hand held, King Arthur took it up.” (The Boy’s King Arthur, 1922)

NC Wyeth “And when they came to the sword that the hand held, King Arthur took it up.” (The Boy’s King Arthur,

N.C.W. again...apparently the original was recently available. How fun would that be?

Image Detail for - Wyeth Biography and Maritime Paintings and Art - Absconding…

NC Wyeth illustration from Stevenson's "The Black Arrow"

Wyeth illustrations for The Black Arrow by Robert Louis Stevenson, Published by Charles Scribner's Sons ~ 1916

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