In Andrew Wyeth's 'Easterly', we see once again Wyeth’s mastery for painting landscapes. Easterly is a brilliant example of Wyeth’s uncanny ability to make his paintings come to life and to appear as photographs. When looking at a Wyeth landscape, one can almost feel the soft Maine breeze and hear the sounds of nature. Easterly really emphasizes Wyeth’s talent for detail. Every slat in the white picket fence is discernable, as is each ridge in the siding of the building. These meticulous details render the painting so very life-like that it is easy for the viewer to imagine the lighthouse attendant to peak his head out on the balcony at any moment.
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