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Jamie Wyeth
(1946 - )

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1946 Born 6 July in Wilmington, Delaware
1958 Leaves public school, is tutored at home
1963 Moves to New York City
1966 First one-man exhibition at Knoedler Gallery
1966 Serves in the Delaware Air National Guard until 1971
1968 Marries Phyllis Mills
1968 Participating artist for the Eyewitness to Space program sponsored by NASA and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
1969 Admitted into the National Academy of Design
1972 Appointed a council member of the National Endowment for the Arts
1974 Sketches the Watergate hearings in the Senate, Supreme Court and the trial of John D. Erhrlichman and other defendants
1975 Invited by officials of the Soviet Union to tour
1975 Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha holds the first full retrospective of his work
1975 Member of the board of governors of the National Space Institute
1990 Jamie and Phyllis move to a lighthouse in Maine
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