Winslow Homer Ocean Paintings

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Moonlight, Wood Island Light, 1894 Oil on canvas by Winslow Homer. Museums: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Winslow Homer Paintings, Art Japonais, Art Moderne, Ocean Art, American Artists, American Realism, Art And Architecture, Land Scape, All Art

Winslow Homer | Moonlight, Wood Island Light | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Homer’s first biographer, William Howe Downes, recounted that the artist was sitting outside his studio one summer evening in 1894 when he exclaimed, “‘I’ve got an idea!’. . . He almost ran into the studio, seized his painting outfit, emerged from the house, and clambered down over the rocks towards the shore

Homer, Winslow [American Painter, On a Lee Shore 1900 Oil on canvas 39 x 39 in Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, USA Seascape Paintings, Landscape Paintings, Winslow Homer Paintings, American Artists, American Realism, Fine Art Prints, Art Gallery, Tumblr, Masters

On a Lee Shore by Winslow Homer | Oil Painting | winslow-homer.com

Learn more about On a Lee Shore Winslow Homer - oil artwork, painted by one of the most celebrated masters in the history of art.

Crashing waves by Winslow Homer, c. 1900 Though he was a master at depicting the stormy Maine coast, Winslow Homer was far. Winslow Homer Paintings, New Wave, Guache, Art Graphique, Fine Art, Whistler, Cannes Film Festival, American Artists, American Realism

Winslow Homer | Northeaster | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Artist: Winslow Homer (American, Boston, Massachusetts 1836–1910 Prouts Neck, Maine). Date: 1895; reworked by 1901. Culture: American. Medium: Oil on canv...

"Maine Coast"by Winslow Homer. oil on canvas. In the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of art, NYC. Gift of George A. Hearn, in memory of Arthur Hoppock Hearn. Canvas Art, Canvas Prints, Art Prints, Winslow Homer Paintings, Stormy Sea, Thing 1, Am Meer, Metropolitan Museum, American Artists

Winslow Homer | Maine Coast | American | The Met

William Howe Downes, Homer’s first biographer, had firsthand knowledge of the coast at Prouts Neck, Maine. He described this canvas as follows: “The design is of a rigid simplicity. We are looking seaward from the cliffs at Prouts Neck on a day of storm

Poster: x inches Artist: Winslow Homer, United States oil on canvas Portland Museum of Art, Maine. Bequest of Charles Shipman Payson, Seascape Paintings, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Oil Paintings, Vintage Paintings, Painting Art, Winslow Homer Paintings, Reproduction, Abstract Landscape

Winslow Homer and the Poetics of Place by Thomas Denenberg from Antiques & Fine Art magazine

Winslow Homer and the Poetics of Place by Thomas Denenberg from Antiques & Fine Art magazine

Homer, Winslow [American Painter, On a Lee Shore 1900 Oil on canvas 39 x 39 in Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, USA Seascape Paintings, Landscape Paintings, Winslow Homer Paintings, American Artists, American Realism, Fine Art Prints, Art Gallery, Tumblr, Masters

Weatherbeaten - Two Coats of Paint

Winslow Homer, On the Lee Shore, 1900. Created in his studio at Prouts Neck, Maine, where he lived and worked from 1882 until he died in 1910. If any artist understood how to use weather as metaphor, Winslow Homer did. And so, on the day that Frankenstorm is bearing down […]

"Summer Squall," Winslow Homer, oil on canvas, 24 x 30 The Clark Art Institute. Winslow Homer Paintings, Oil On Canvas, Canvas Art, Big Canvas, Clark Art, Illustrations, Gravure, American Artists, American Realism

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"Summer Squall," Winslow Homer, oil on canvas, 24 x 30 The Clark Art Institute. Winslow Homer Paintings, Oil On Canvas, Canvas Art, Big Canvas, Clark Art, Illustrations, Gravure, American Artists, American Realism

Lucidity and solidity from Homer - The Boston Globe

Between 1915 and 1955, Sterling Clark assembled the finest collection of Winslow Homer works by any single person after the artist’s lifetime. In deference both to his longstanding passion and to Homer’s popularity, the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute builds temporary exhibitions around aspects of its Homer collection almost every year. This summer’s show, “Winslow Homer: Making Art, Making History,” is a restaging of a major effort, organized by Marc Simpson with help from (then)…