Winslow Homer, widely regarded as the greatest of nineteenth century American painters, is the subject of a comprehensive retrospective display that illustrates all aspects of the painter's career from his early views of the civil war to the late sea-scapes.
1. Long Branch, New Jersey, 1869
After the Civil War, as America increasingly urbanized, people began to take vacations to the country, the mountains and the sea-shore. The summer resort at Long Branch was described in 1869.
2. Breezing Up, 1876
Breezing Up captures the essence of Homer's feelings about the pleasures of childhood.
|3. Fisherman's Family, 1881|