Next month, a major show held in association with Christie’s and Adelson Galleries on the painter Andrew Wyeth will open at China’s YUAN nonprofit space before heading to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center and, in September, Christie’s New York.
The show will feature some 40 works by Wyeth, one of them, according to Reuters, “previously unknown”:
A highlight is the premiere of a previously unknown work, “The Lovers,” on loan from Wyeth’s studio. The drybrush and watercolour on paper portrays Wyeth’s muse Helga Testorf, nude and seated on stool, looking away as the afternoon sun streams in from an adjacent doorway.
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