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"The Feast of Raymi" - Illustration by N.C. Wyeth for "Song Programs for Youth: Treasure," Ginn and Company, 1938.

Wyeth - "The Feast of Raymi" - Illustration for "Song Programs for Youth: Treasure," Ginn and Company,

N. C Wyeth This is one of my two favorite NC's. It was a Wedding present to his brother Edwin and his bride.

C Wyeth. It was a Wedding present to his brother Edwin and his bride.

N.C. Wyeth

Wyeth illustration for Kidnapped. "On the Island of Earraid. But the second day passed; and as long as the light lasted I kept a bright look-out for boats on the sound or men passing on the Ross" 1913 Oil on canvas, 40 x 32 in.

N. C. Wyeth, 1911. I said good-bye to Mother and the cove.

Illustrations taken from Treasure Island, novel by Robert Louis Stevenson §§§ Illustrations taken by Kidnapped, novel by Robert Louis Stevenson §§§ Illustrations taken from David Balfour, novel by Robert Louis Stevenson - to be continued) (more paintings)

N.C. Wyeth

Wyeth: “Be at rest, the Black Arrow flieth nevermore” Illustration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s, “The Black Arrow”. Chapter VII - Dick’s Revenge

N.C. Wyeth ~ Miks' Pics "Artsy Fartsy lV" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/artsy-fartsy-lv/

~ by artist N C Wyeth - (western, wild wild west, native American, canoe)

James Fenimore Cooper, The Last of the Mohicans,  A narrative from 1757, published by Charles Scribner's Sons, 1919, illustrator Newell Convers Wyeth.

James Fenimore Cooper, The Last of the Mohicans, A narrative from published by Charles Scribner's Sons, illustrator Newell Convers Wyeth.

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Artist: Wyeth, Newell Convers Book Title: Treasure Island Author: Stevenson, Robert Louis Published: New York, 1933 Source: The New York Public Library, the Internet Archive