The Brandywine River Museum of Art's N.C. Wyeth, A Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings is an extensive compilation of detailed information regarding one of America's foremost illustrators and painters, N.C. Wyeth. Since 1990, the project, originally conceived by Betsy James Wyeth, the artist’s daughter-in-law, has been generously supported by the Wyeth Foundation for American Art.
N.C. Wyeth, A Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings was published in 2008 (Brandywine River Museum, Wyeth Foundation for American Art, and Scala, Ltd.). The two-volume catalogue documents 1,922 paintings created between 1902 and 1945. The catalogue raisonné website augments the printed publication and includes entries for paintings completed prior to 1902 and entries for drawings done throughout Wyeth’s career.
To accommodate continuing scholarship and to review possible additions to the catalogue, the N.C. Wyeth Project committee studies paintings and drawings proposed for inclusion.
How to Submit a Work for Review
Each submitted item is reviewed by a committee, whose members have extensive experience studying N.C. Wyeth’s career from various perspectives and have comprehensive first-hand knowledge of his work.