The Andrew Wyeth Studio

The Andrew Wyeth Studio

 

Andrew Wyeth, one of America’s best-known twentieth-century artists, painted many of his most important works of art in his Chadds Ford studio. Given to the Brandywine Museum of Art by the artist’s wife, Betsy James Wyeth, the studio provides visitors with a unique opportunity to experience this very personal space. The artist’s son Jamie Wyeth said:

The world of Andrew Wyeth is best understood by a visit to his studio.  

This studio, a repurposed schoolhouse originally built in 1875, served as the artist’s principal Pennsylvania workplace from 1940 to 2008. Thousands of paintings and drawings were created there, inspired by the people, architecture and landscapes of Chadds Ford. The studio still houses the furnishings, library and collections acquired by the artist, as well as examples of the art materials he used throughout his career.

  • Photograph by Carlos Alejandro
    Photograph by Carlos Alejandro

The Andrew Wyeth Studio is a National Historic Landmark and a member site of the Historic Artists' Homes and Studios program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Guided tours of the Andrew Wyeth Studio introduce visitors to all aspects of his career, enhancing the museum’s gallery experience. Tours depart from the Museum via shuttle on the schedule listed below. 

Tour Hours & Tickets

Tours are currently closed for the season and will reopen on April 1.

Transportation 

A complimentary shuttle bus provides transportation to the Andrew Wyeth Studio. Shuttles depart from the Museum promptly at the time noted on the ticket. Visitors should board the shuttle 10 minutes before their scheduled departure time.  

Accessibility

The Andrew Wyeth Studio and shuttle transportation are wheelchair accessible. See our Accessibility page for more information and door widths.