This fine art archival pigment print is a gorgeous reproduction of Wind from the Sea, one of the earliest examples of Wyeth’s use of windows in his landscapes. The original was painted in tempera in 1947. This iconic painting is in the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Art. The window depicted is from a top floor room in the Olson home. The Olsons were Wyeth’s neighbors, and frequent subjects—Christina Olson is the figure in his most famous painting Christina’s World.