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Wyeth spent a lot of time with Warhol in the 1970s, and he kept a studio in Warhol’s Factory in New York.

The Factory was the name of Warhol’s studio complex, and the site of legendary drug and sex parties.

The Ogunquit exhibition is small, only 18 paintings.

They span Wyeth’s career, the earliest dating to 1961.

Wyeth pours a glass of something fizzy for Verzosa, then grabs a chilled bottle of white wine from the fridge and pours a glass for himself and other friends who are part of the gathering.

Saturday, July 8 HOW MUCH: adults, seniors and students; free 11 and younger MORE INFO: 207-646-4909 or A dinner date beckons in 90 minutes.“I knew Blackie as a child,” Wyeth said, invoking Langlais’ nickname.“He lived down the road from where I grew up.” His father “loved” the Langlais sculpture “Local Girl,” which spoofed Andrew Wyeth’s “Christina’s World,” Wyeth’s most famous painting and one of the most recognized works in American art.It’s a watercolor from 1972 and depicts one of the island’s most recognized homes, because of its location on the harbor near the ferry landing.Verzosa also requested a few recent paintings and drawings of Andy Warhol.“I can’t believe it.” He then mentions Henry Strater, who founded the Ogunquit museum in 1953.Strater was a successful painter, who came to Ogunquit to study with Hamilton Easter Field in 1919 and built a home there a few years later. “I just know him from my father, who told me stories,” Jamie Wyeth says.“He told me that Strater met Hemingway in Paris and painted his portrait. They soon discover they have Maine sculptor Bernard Langlais in common.That’s the most interesting thing of his I’ve seen.” “And we have it up,” Verzosa says, urging Wyeth to attend the opening so he can see the Hemingway portrait again. Verzosa actively worked to conserve Langlais’ wooden sculptures and sold many of Langlais’ pieces when he operated a Portland gallery.“Hello,” he calls from above, then enters the kitchen in a whirl of energy, wearing knickers and mismatched colorful leggings. Studio visits between curators and artists are not unusual, but they are less common with an artist of Wyeth’s stature. After briefly admiring Rockwell Kent’s 1907 oil painting of a Monhegan sunset that hangs in the home, they move into the sun-splashed garden, where they are joined by Wyeth’s faithful West Highland terrier, Iggy, who plops down on the grass and begins an outdoor slumber.