N.C. Wyeth, one of America’s finest illustrators; his son Andrew, an important realist painter; and Andrew’s son Jamie, a popular portraitist, are an integral part of Maine’s artistic legacy. In 1930, N.C. Wyeth moved into an old sea captain’s house in the coastal fishing village Port Clyde, introducing his children–including a young Andrew–to the inhabitants and raw natural beauty along mid-coast Maine. Andrew firmly established his artistic reputation with Christina’s World, picturing his nearby neighbor looking up towards her home. Jamie’s reputation was solidified as a youth with his painting of John F. Kennedy. Each of these three generations of the Wyeth family showcases a commitment to realism, technical brilliance, and narrative sensibility.