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    Brandywine River Museam

    This museam I went to a few years ago in the Brandywine River Valley of Pennsylvania, there's alot of Wyeth paintings there for those of you who have recently posted about Wyeth works. But I also have a question for you art buffs out there, or also just someone who's been to the gallery.

    In the gallery I remember two paintings, one was called "Cow" and the other was titled "Bull". I really liked them, but I never could remember who the artist was that painted them. Due to their quite common names they're really hard to find when doing any searches.

    I was wondering if there was anyone who knows who the artist was that painted them, and would really appreciate if someone could tell me. By the way I believe the artists name was signed in its' entireity, such as, he used his first middle and last name to sign. Maybe that will help...

    Thanks for any help you have, it's much appreciated.


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    Sorry I don't know their names.

    I really want to go to this Museum. Hopefully soon.

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    I'm glad this thread prompted me to post here again:
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    I don't know that I remember those images but I haven't been there for several years. Could they have been part of a temporary/travelling exhibit or were they permanent collection?

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    Thanks to you two who replied, no one had replied for a few days, I beginning to lose hope that anyone would know what I was talking about at all!

    bwkeough - I dont really know if it was a travelling exhibit or not, I dont think it was, but im not positive. Both of the paintings were on the walls just with the rest of the gallery, not in any special exhibition room or something... I dont know if that helps or not...

    Oh, and something else I remembered about the paintings was they both had simple backgrounds, they were pretty much a portrait picture of a Cow and a Bull. Mainly the face and head and neck, not the rest of the body, or any environment really...


    Hope this helps anyone who's wondering as well as I am.


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