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No More Time for Procrastinating: 'Wyeth Vertigo' Closes Thursday

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You know who you are: the procrastinators who intended to go see "Wyeth Vertigo" at the Shelburne Museum but, for one reason or another, have not yet gotten around to it.

People, people, did you not read my cover story about this exhibit? If that wasn't motivation enough, I don't know what is, except this: The show — one of the best seasonal exhibits at the Shelburne Museum ever — will end this Thursday, October 31. Yes, that is Halloween. Wear a Jamie Wyeth pumpkin head if you must. Just see it. You can thank me later.

Pictured: "Soaring" (1942) by Andrew Wyeth, courtesy of the Shelburne Museum.

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