Winslow Homer

Influential 19th century artist Winslow Homer (1836 – 1910) broke from Impressionism to produce realistic, robust images of American life. An illustrator, oil painter and watercolorist, Homer created battlefront illustrations for “Harper’s Weekly” before moving on to tranquil farm and rural scenes. Homer is famous for his energetic, epic seascapes, as well as portrayals of man pitted against the rugged wilderness. His fresh, spontaneous style and exquisite expression of atmosphere had a revolutionary impact on watercolor art.

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Snap the Whip

Paper size: 27.5x19'"; image size: 23.5x14.5"

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Breezin' Up

Paper size: 27" x19"; image size approximately: 24" x 16"

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The New Novel

paper size: approx. 15x10" , image sze: 9x4"