By Paul Kurtz

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — In Chadds Ford, members of the Wyeth family joined art lovers and postal service representatives Wednesday for the dedication of a stamp collection depicting the works of Andrew Wyeth.

Jamie Wyeth beamed with pride as he shared his thoughts about the postal services commemoration of his father’s centennial birthday stamps.

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The stamps featured details of some of Andrew Wyeth’s most memorable and lasting works alongside a 1930’s photograph of the late, artist at his easel.

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“I’ve always felt his paintings are little worlds onto themselves, Jamie Wyeth said. “And now to see them reduced to really small worlds is just very, very exciting.”

He addressed a huge crowd of fans clamoring for a chance to snap up sheets of stamps.

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“We loved it,” Ellen Yerman. “The detail of his work on the paintings, he’s absolutely unbelievable.”

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“I think what’s neat about his subjects is it’s not like something necessarily famous but there’s a lot of common things that make you appreciate them like this window sill for example,” said Alan Sirk. “Cow in the field. Just great art.”