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ANDREW WYETH, published by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1970, by Frederick A. Sweet (Editor), David McCord (Introduction), with a signed Andrew Newell Wyeth (Pennsylvania/Maine, 1917-2009) sketch depicting the dog Nell Gwyn on the title page, signed lower right. This sketch is based on the 1974 tempera painting titled "The Ides of March" that depicts the same dog. Letter of authentication dated May 17, 2013 where Mary Landa, the Wyeth Collection Manager, confirms that the dog in the sketch is the same as the dog in the painting. The book is also included in Betsy James Wyeth's Catalogue Raisonne. Book measures – 9" H x 11 3/8" W. Custom wood stand with glass case including with the book. CONDITION: Page with sketch overall very good condition, very slight wear to the upper corner and there is a small area of toning that corresponds with the cutout of the protective plastic sleeve. Wear to dust cover with losses to edges, some toning. Interior bright and clean.