Below Dover Art Reproduction by Andrew Wyeth
Boats--many abandoned, marooned or beached and in states of decay and disrepair, like the dory seen here--recur throughout Wyeth’s career. Set alone on a deserted pelt of salt marsh grasses, presumably south of Dover, Delaware, this ghostly boat is rendered in hyper-realistic detail and can be read as a symbol of loneliness or longing. Printed in 1971 by Triton Press. Image size is 10 1/4" x 16 1/2". Overall measurement is 28" x 33 1/2".

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Item #010426