Winslow Homer

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Winslow Homer ( Boston, Massachusetts, 1836 – Maine coast, 1910) was an American landscape painter and printmaker. Homer is best known for his seascapes or marine subjects. In 1866, Homer makes his name with the exhibition of a Civil War subject, Prisoners from the Front.

"Look at nature, work independently, and solve your own problems."

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Winslow Homer was one of America's greatest artists. Although he died in 1910, his work is still very popular with collectors and museum visitors. Art historians continue to bring to light new information about Homer and new interpretations of his art. [1]

The Gulf Stream, 1899.

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Perils of the Sea, 1881.

See also

Adirondack Mountains, watercolor.