Andrew Wyeth Wolf Rivers, 1959

Sitting down one October day to begin a letter to his son Nicholas, away at school, the artist looked up and saw this basket full of apples catching the fall light. He made a quick drawing of it in watercolor on the letterhead and began: "Dear Nicholas." That is as far as he got. He went to the studio, found a small panel and immediately began this tempera.

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A small basked full of beautiful colorful fruits

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