Winslow Homer

Winslow Homer Winslow Homer was an American painter born in Boston, Massachusetts, on February 24, 1836, and died at Prouts Neck, Maine, on September 29, 1910. His paintings, especially those of the sea, are some of the most passionate and expressive of late 19th-century American art. Because of his skill with drawings and watercolor, his canvases have the stimulating freshness of direct observation from nature (e.g., in The Gulf Stream, 1899). In their most intense moments, his subject matters seem relatively simple, with the issue of human suffering within an uncaring cosmos. Early life Homer was educated by a regular...
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A Basket of Clams

A Basket of Clams

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Waiting for Dad

Waiting for Dad

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Fishing Boats, Key West

Fishing Boats, Key West

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Breezing Up (or A Fair Wind)

Breezing Up (or A Fair Wind)

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The Gulf Stream

The Gulf Stream

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Moonlight

Moonlight

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A Wall, Nassau

A Wall, Nassau

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