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    Tice fans: GEORGE TICE AND ANDREW WYETH: PARALLEL VISIONS

    https://www.farnsworthmuseum.org/exh...allel-visions/

    Not sure how much of the exhibit is LF, but George Tice certainly has LF experience and probably taught some of the people here at Maine Media Workshop+College nearby.

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    Re: Tice fans: GEORGE TICE AND ANDREW WYETH: PARALLEL VISIONS

    One of the best.

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    Re: Tice fans: GEORGE TICE AND ANDREW WYETH: PARALLEL VISIONS

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael R View Post
    One of the best.
    Two of the best!

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    Re: Tice fans: GEORGE TICE AND ANDREW WYETH: PARALLEL VISIONS

    Thanks for posting. Will check it out this summer

    Quote Originally Posted by jp View Post
    https://www.farnsworthmuseum.org/exh...allel-visions/

    Not sure how much of the exhibit is LF, but George Tice certainly has LF experience and probably taught some of the people here at Maine Media Workshop+College nearby.

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    Re: Tice fans: GEORGE TICE AND ANDREW WYETH: PARALLEL VISIONS

    Quote Originally Posted by joelio View Post
    Two of the best!
    Yes, quite right!!

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    Re: Tice fans: GEORGE TICE AND ANDREW WYETH: PARALLEL VISIONS

    I've never think of Tice as a "parallel" related to the cloying paintings of the Brandywine school of Wyeth; but perhaps as an interesting contrast of styles within the same general region this makes sense. If I lived in the area, I'd check it out. Tice was important at one point for keeping platinum printing alive and at center. Wish more of his work would come West. I see more of the influence of P.H. Emerson behind him.

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