|Housed in a repurposed, 19th-century, brick mill, the |
museum is as pleasant as it is unpretentious.
|Self-portraits of four generations of Brandywine School painters.|
|Four generations of Brandywine painting.|
|Portrait of a Pig, 1970, Jamie Wyeth. Legend has it that when the artist took a break, he returned to discover that the pig had eaten some 32 tubes of oil paints Jamie had left unattended.|
|Trading self-portraits, 1976.|
|First of the Screen Door Sequence, 2015, Jamie Wyeth|
|The influence of Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim |
can be seen throughout the interior of Grieves'
Brandywine River Museum.
|Fall at Archie's, 1937, Andrew Wyeth|
|An entire curved wall documents the impression|
the museum has had on visiting school children.