Title

James Browning Wyeth, 46, owns both a 300-acre island between Monhegan and the m

Authors

Beth Crichlow

Source

Down East

Date

7-1-1993

Pages

44-49, 74-75

Abstract

James Browning Wyeth, 46, owns both a 300-acre island between Monhegan and the mainland and a 20-acre island complete with a decommissioned lighthouse. The islands provided the inspiration for some of his Maine paintings, which are featured in "Jamie Wyeth: Islands," showing at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland from June 27 through August 22.

Subjects

Artists, Wyeth, Jamie

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