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Flint, 1975 by Andrew Wyeth

Not far from my studio in Cushing, Maine. This huge boulder - like a piece of flint -epitomizes the power of the glacier that left it here. It was a foggy day, and I saw the incrustations where the gulls had droped shells and bits of sea urchins. The color's interesting, particularly the deep blue and the pink of the lobster claws in the foreground. There aren't any gulls, just the feeling that they'd been here. The black of the rock is like the bluish cast you get with flint. I'd love to have this picture back. ”
- Andrew Wyeth