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Wyeth

Syllabification: Wy·eth
Pronunciation: /ˈwīəTH/

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Definition of Wyeth in English:

A US family of artists, notably N. C. ( 1882–1944), full name Newell Convers Wyeth, whose many illustrations appeared in publications; his son Andrew Newell ( 1917–2009), whose paintings include Christina’s World (1948) and the Helga series (1971–85); and Andrew’s son Jamie ( 1946-), full name James Browning Wyeth, whose notable paintings include Portrait of J.F.K. (1965), Wolfbane (1984), and his series of portraits of Orca Bates.

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