Andrew New·ell [noo-uhl, nyoo-], /ˈnu əl, ˈnyu-/, 1917–2009, U.S. painter.
his son, James Browning, born 1946, U.S. painter.
Newell Con·vers [kon-verz], /ˈkɒn vərz/, (father of Andrew Newell), 1882–1945, U.S. illustrator and painter.
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How to use Wyeth in a sentence
He presents himself as the most dedicated of realists, a regular Andrew Wyeth in 3D.
N.C. Wyeth and William Steig and Sendak are just doing their jobs as far as a kid is concerned.Maurice Sendak Didn’t Just Make Books for Children, but for Everyone | Malcolm Jones | May 9, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The specimen of Collyrium-Wyeth examined was a clear, colorless liquid having a faint odor like benzaldehyd.
John Wyeth and Brother put up a mixture of glycerophosphates which they call Robinol.
Wyeth's venture proved a failure, and the fort soon passed to his rival, the Hudson's Bay Company.Ox-Team Days on the Oregon Trail | Ezra Meeker