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N.C. Wyeth July 1916, from Mark Twain's The Mysterious Stranger. "On the fourth day comes the astrologer from his crumbling old tower."

NC Wyeth - Wonderful wizard image: first appeared in 1916 in Harpers Monthly Magazine; also used as the cover art for Mark Twain's "The Mysterious Stranger" (Dumbledore or Merlin?

N. C. Wyeth "Wild Bill Hickok at Cards," 1916.

Wyeth, illustration for An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill entitled “Wild Bill Hickok at the Cards”

n.c.+wyeth | Mona Bismarck Foundation Presents The Wyeths Three Generations of ...

Wyeth A Young Maine Fisherman 1933 Oil on canvas 133 x 122 cm Bank of America Merril Lynch Collection ___ Newell Convers Wyeth, having spent summers with his family in Port Clyde, Maine for.

N C Wyeth Legends of Charlemagne

The book "Legends of Charle Magne" was published in 1924 by David McKay. It displays Wyeth at the top of his form. Even the endpapers are beautiful!

'Be at rest, the Black Arrow flieth nevermore' (1916) illustrator N.C. Wyeth | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Wyeth: “Be at rest, the Black Arrow flieth nevermore” Illustration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s, “The Black Arrow”. Chapter VII - Dick’s Revenge

Captain Nemo   :  N. C. Wyeth  :  circa 1918 #Painting

Captain Nemo : N. C. Wyeth : circa 1918

'Captain Nemo' - N. Wyeth, illustration, "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the-Sea"

100 years of picture book illustrations book - Great retrospectrospective

Myth, Magic, and Mystery: One Hundred Years of American Children's Book Illustration Trinkett Clark, (N.Wyeth's Rip Van Winkle on the cover)

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