Winslow Homer
1836 - 1910

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.

Long Branch 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.
Breezing Up 2. Breezing Up, 1876
Breezing Up captures the essence of Homer's feelings about the pleasures of childhood.
Fisherman's Family 3. Fisherman's Family, 1881


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