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Water and light

A show at the Currier Museum reveals the genius of a young Andrew Wyeth

By Christine Temin
Globe Staff / November 5, 2004

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MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Long before Andrew Wyeth became the painter of ''Christina's World" and other sentimental, calendar-ready icons, he was a great watercolorist -- many would say the greatest American working in that medium since Winslow Homer and John Singer Sargent. (Full article: 976 words)

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