The studio of the great illustrator N. C. Wyeth, in the Brandywine Valley of Pennsylvania, is fascinating to visit because everything has been maintained pretty much as it was during his lifetime. You can walk right up to his easel with his last work in progress and see exactly what painting supplies he used to create his masterpieces. Here is the table to the left of his easel. The tin boxes in the back contain (or contained??–I did not get see inside these!) his paint tubes. Thanks goes to his children who had the foresight to preserve this wonderland for generations of future artists!