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  1. Watercolors by Winslow Homer: The Color of Light (Art Institute of Chicago) by Martha Tedeschi, Kristi Dahm, 2008-02-26
  2. The Watercolors of Winslow Homer by Winslow Homer, Miles Unger, 2001-10-17
  3. Winslow Homer: An American Vision by Randall C. Griffin, 2006-07-01
  4. Winslow Homer: The Nature of Observation by Elizabeth Johns, 2002-11-04
  5. Winslow Homer by Kate F. Jennings, 2008-02
  6. Winslow Homer in London: A New York Artist Abroad, 1881-1882 by David Tatham, 2010-10-15
  7. Winslow Homer Watercolors (Watson-Guptill Famous Artists) by Donelson F. Hoopes, 1984-09
  8. Winslow Homer in the 1890s: Prout's Neck Observed by Winslow Homer, Philip C. Beam, 1990-09
  9. Winslow Homer Watercolors
  10. Winslow Homer: Artist and Angler by Patricia A. Junker, Sarah Burns, et all 2003-01
  11. Winslow Homer Illustrations: 41 Wood Engravings After Drawings by the Artist (Dover Art Library) by Winslow Homer, 1983-03
  12. Winslow Homer Watercolors by Ms. Helen A. Cooper, 1987-09-10
  13. Life and Work of Winslow Homer by Gordon Hendricks, 1980-01-10
  14. Winslow Homer (Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists) by Mike Venezia, 2004-09

1. Winslow Homer Online
Winslow Homer American Painter, 18361910 Guide to pictures of works by Winslow Homer in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
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3. Winslow Homer Biograhy | Oil Painting Reproductions - Bohemian Fine Art Co Ltd
Homer, Winslow American painter, trained as an illustrator. His first oil paintings were deliberatively naturalistic and illustrational, but after a visit to Paris in 1867, where he
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Homer, Winslow
Homer, Winslow
American painter, trained as an illustrator. His first oil paintings were deliberatively naturalistic and illustrational, but after a visit to Paris in 1867, where he saw Manet's broad manner of painting, his style became fresher and more vivid. Winslow Homer's paintings, in oils or watercolor, are of contemporary life, notably that of seafarers, encouraged by some months on the north-east coast of England, and re-enforced by his subsequent years on the coast of Maine.
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6. Winslow Homer - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
White Mountain paintings by Winslow Homer; Winslow Homer Artwork Examples on AskART. Winslow Homer Making Art, Making History Exhibition held at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art
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Winslow Homer, at the National Gallery of Art
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photo by Napoleon Sarony Birth name Winslow Homer Born February 24, 1836
Boston, Massachusetts
Died September 29, 1910
(aged 74)
Prouts Neck, Maine
Nationality American Field Drawing
Wood engraving

Oil painting

Watercolor painting
Training Lithography apprenticeship
National Academy of Design
(painting), 1863 Paris France (informal), 1867 Movement Realism Works Harper's Weekly Magazine Ballou's Pictorial Magazine Influenced Frederic Remington Robert Henri Howard Pyle N. C. Wyeth Winslow Homer (February 24, 1836 – September 29, 1910) was an American landscape painter and printmaker , best known for his marine subjects. He is considered one of the foremost painters in 19th century America and a preeminent figure in American art. Largely self-taught, Homer began his career working as a commercial illustrator He subsequently took up oil painting and produced major studio works characterized by the weight and density he exploited from the medium. He also worked extensively in watercolor , creating a fluid and prolific oeuvre, primarily chronicling his working vacations.

7. Winslow Homer — FactMonster.com
Encyclopedia Homer, Winslow. Homer, Winslow, 1836–1910, American landscape, marine, and genre painter. Homer was born in Boston, where he later worked as a lithographer and
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    Homer, Winslow, Harper's Weekly, his work winning international acclaim. Many of his studies of everyday life, such as Snap the Whip (1872, Metropolitan Mus.), date from the postwar period, during which he was a popular magazine illustrator. In 1876, Homer abandoned illustration to devote himself to painting. He found his inspiration in the American scene and, eventually, in the sea, which he painted at Prouts Neck, Maine, in the summer and in Key West, Fla., or the Bahamas in the winter. After 1884 he lived the life of a recluse. Although Homer excelled above all as a watercolorist, his oils and watercolors alike are characterized by directness, realism, objectivity, and splendid color. His powerful and dramatic interpretations of the sea in watercolor have never been surpassed and hold a unique place in American art. They are in leading museums throughout the United States. Characteristic watercolors are Breaking Storm and Maine Coast (both: Art Inst. of Chicago) and

8. Mark Harden's Artchive - "Winslow Homer"
A collection of 12 Homer images.
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9. Winslow Homer
Winslow Homer Winslow Homer Biography (February 24, 1836 – September 29, 1910) Winslow Homer was a noted American artist during the 1800's.
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Winslow Homer Biography (February 24, 1836 September 29, 1910)
Winslow Homer was a noted American artist during the 1800's. He is remembered for his landscapes, many featuring scenes of the sea, boats, and coastlines. Homer did not receive formal art training. He began his art career as an apprentice for a commercial lithographer. In the late 1850's he began doing work for Harper's Weekly. His early work for Harper's was primarily to create line art drawings from photographs. At the time pictures were printed by "stamping" them from a large wood block. To do this, photographs had to first be converted to line art drawings by an artist. In this role, there was little room for artistic interpretation . . . the task was simply to as accurately as possible capture the details of a photograph in a drawing. As such, this work was often published without attribution to Homer. There are several examples of illustrations published which were photographs by Mathew Brady, and then converted to line art by Winslow Homer. As time progressed, Harper's began to expand Homer's role, and he was sent to events to directly create drawings. A notable example was that Homer attended Abraham Lincoln's inauguration, and created several drawings which were published by Harper's. Much of this early work could be described as accurate drawings and illustrations. He was simply capturing the image in front of him as carefully as possible.

10. WINSLOW HOMER 1836
Notes on this famous painting from the Butler Institute of American Art.
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WINSLOW HOMER 1836-1910
Snap the Whip, 1872 Oil on canvas, 22 x 36" (55.88 x cm.) Signed, lower right Museum purchase, 919-0-108 Because it seems the quintessential embodiment of the American spirit, this painting is one of Winslow Homer's most discussed and reproduced works. As one of our greatest artists, Homer and his life are justifiably the subject of a voluminous body of scholarly writing. Snap the Whip, dating from just about the mid-point of his life, tells us a good deal about some of the critical transitions in his artistic development at that time. However familiar and appealing such a work seems to us, it delights and informs with each new look we bring to it. One of the reasons it is so well known is that it exists in several versions: a large figure drawing for the central group of boys (1872, Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York), a finished oil study (1872, Metropolitan Museum of Art), the final Butler Institute canvas, and another figure drawing believed to be a cartoon (Fig. 1), for the nearly exact replica executed as a wood engraving and published in Harper's Weekly

11. Winslow Homer - The Complete Works
Winslow Homer (February 24, 1836 September 29, 1910) was an American landscape painter and printmaker, best known for his marine subjects. He is considered one of the foremost
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12. Winslow Homer: The Obtuse Bard
Scholarly look at Winslow Homer s paintings.
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Winslow Homer:
The Obtuse Bard
VISUAL IMAGINATION TRAINING
Winslow Homer recorded an obtuse poetic side in his art. Homer's intensely personal phenomenological side also may function as a device to convey feelings and ideas following a technique suggested by Washington Allston. On The Obtuse Bard Website, visual examples and documented research papers about Homer's obtuse and intensely personal side are available for viewing and reading.
Homer viewed the world influenced by the ideas of those who surrounded him as a child in Cambridge, Massachusetts, especially the ideas of painter/poet Washington Allston , Allston's brother-in-law Richard Henry Dana Sr. , and Allston's friend Benjamin Welles . In the writings of Allston's friends, especially Dana Sr. and Welles, there are discussions encouraging people to literally see "forms of departed friends in the white clouds" as common everyday experiences. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (to whom Allston read his " Lectures on Art "), William Cullen Bryant (a friend of Dana Sr.), and James Russell Lowell (who replaced Longfellow at Harvard) also made references to seeing such illusions in their poetry . For most people today, experience with such images is usually more abstracted, limited to images such as "The Man in the Moon" or the constellations. While we may be familiar with references in literature to people seeing illusions, most of us have little actual experience seeing illusions. In fact, in todays world, we tend to

13. Homer, Winslow Key West, Hauling Anchor Poster | National Gallery Of Art Shop
Key West, Hauling Anchor Poster Winslow Homer Stock Number 423281
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14. Winslow Homer | Biography | Hollis Taggart Galleries
Artist s biography.
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Winslow Homer (1836–1910)
Winslow Homer was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1836, the second of three sons of Henrietta Benson and Charles Savage Homer. His father, a hardware importer, and his mother, an amateur watercolorist, encouraged his early interest in art. Given that no art schools and no art institutions existed in the Boston area during Homer’s youth, he, like many of his contemporaries, had to piece together his own artistic training. He began by working for the commercial lithographer John H. Bufford, an acquaintance of his father. In 1857, after two years as an apprentice to Bufford, Homer left the firm, rented a studio in the Ballou Publishing House in Boston, and launched his career as a freelance illustrator. He initially worked for Ballou’s Pictorial and Harper’s Weekly among other weekly magazines, and later illustrated various literary texts by celebrated authors, including the poets William Cullen Bryant, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and Alfred Lord Tennyson. In 1859, Homer moved to New York, where he continued to freelance for

15. Winslow Homer
Further reading on Winslow Homer. Winslow Homer, by Nicolai Cikovsky. Catalog from the blockbuster retrospective in 1995/96. Winslow Homer And the Sea, by Carl Little.
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See also: " Winslow Homer: The Nature of Observation American Art VIEW IMAGE LIST "The Homer sesquicentennial (he was born in 1836 and died in 1910) is being celebrated with "Winslow Homer Watercolors," organized by Helen Cooper at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Her catalogue is a landmark in Homer studies. It puts Homer in his true relationship to illustration, to other American art and to the European and English examples he followed, from Ruskin to Millet ; its vivacity of argument matches that of the paintings. Cooper has brought together some two hundred watercolors-almost a third of Homer's known output. It is a wholly delectable show, and it makes clear why watercolor, in its special freshness and immediacy, gave Homer access to moments of vision he did not have in the weightier, slower diction of oils. "You will see, in the future I will live by my watercolors," Homer once remarked, and he was almost right. He came to the medium late: he was thirty-seven and a mature artist. A distinct air of the Salon, of the desire for a "major" utterance that leads to an overworked surface, clings to some of the early watercolors-in particular, the paintings of

16. Homer Winslow Posters
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18. NGA - Winslow Homer Watercolors: A Survey Of Themes And Styles
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Captions Winslow Homer, Mending the Nets, 1882 Winslow Homer, A Good Shot, Adirondacks, 1892 Winslow Homer, On the Trail, c. 1892 Winslow Homer, Sketch for "Hound and Hunter", 1892 ... National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

19. Homer, Winslow (Harper's Magazine)
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20. Homer, Winslow
Winslow Homer (February 24, 1836 – September 29, 1910) was an American landscape painter and printmaker. Largely selftaught, he excelled equally in the arts of illustration, oil
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (Winnipeg, Manitoba) Next (Winston Churchill) Winslow Homer Winslow Homer (February 24, 1836 – September 29, 1910) was an American landscape painter and printmaker . Largely self-taught, he excelled equally in the arts of illustration, oil painting, and watercolor . The broad range of his work encompasses the many places he visited as an artist, from Civil War battlefields to northern England 's desolate coast, to the tropical locale of the Caribbean Although he is often remembered for his pictures of bucolic scenes from nineteenth century American farm life, his later work depicts humanity's often heroic struggle with the forces of nature, particularly the sea . A versatile artist who displayed a wide range of subjects, styles, and mediums, he is considered a preeminent figure in American art.
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Rowing Home. Winslow Homer was born in Boston Massachusetts , the second of three sons of Henrietta Benson, an amateur watercolorist , and Charles Savage Homer, a hardware importer. At the age of 19, he was apprenticed to a commercial lithographer for two years before becoming a freelance illustrator in 1857. Soon he was a major contributor to such popular magazines as

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