HOMER Winslow, artist, born in
Boston, Mass., 24 Feb., 1836. In 1854 he was placed by his father with a
lithographer to learn the business, and remained two years, producing among
other works a design that embraced the portraits of the entire senate of
Massachusetts. He then engaged in drawing on the block for wood-engravers, and,
his work attracting favorable comment, he was invited to remove to New York by a
publishing house, for whom he made many drawings. In 1860-'1 he studied in the
night-school of the Academy of design, and had a month's instruction in
In 1863 he exhibited for the first time, at the Academy, two pictures on
war subjects--"Home, Sweet Home," and "The Last Goose
at Yuletown." These pictures made a strong impression on the public. In
1865 he exhibited "Prisoners at the Front." The characters in
this scene are all portraits, and at the Paris salon of 1867 was one of the few
American pictures that received favorable comment. He spent the year 1867 in
Paris, studying without a master from life models, but received a great impulse
from the paintings of John La Farge. He was elected an associate of the National
academy in 1864, and an academician the following year.
Mr. Homer's pictures have the merit of genuine motive and aim. He paints
life as he sees it, and is rigidly faithful to his own perceptions. Since 1867
he has resided in New York. lice exhibited "Snap the Whip" and "The
American Type" at the Philadelphia exposition of 1876, and "Snap
the Whip" and the "Country School
Room" at the Paris salon of the next year. Among his most noted
pictures are the Negro studies "Eating Watermelon" and the "Cotton-Pickers,"
and the "Song of the Lark,""The Four-Leaved
Clover,"'" Dad's Coming," "In the
Fields," "The Tryst-tug-Place," and "Flowers for the
Teacher." He has recently exhibited at the National academy "The
Life-Line" (1884) and "Undertow" (1887).
Winslow Homer images and biography, ... From "Nothing If Not Critical:
on Art and Artists", by Robert Hughes. Further reading on Winslow Homer.
... visit different parts of the United States and discover different aspects of
in the 1800s through the paintings of a great American artist, Winslow Homer.
Winslow Homer. Winslow Homer is regarded by many as one of Americas best painter
. His work was enjoyed in the late 1800Õs and is still popular today ...
Homer on the Internet
... Winslow Homer. [American Painter, 1836-1910] Specializes
in Maritime Scenes. ... Winslow Homer Posters and Prints. ...
Winslow Homer: Facing
... Winslow Homer: Facing Nature. May 9 to September 27, 1998. Wild Geese in
1897, oil on canvas, 33 7/8 x 49 3/4, bequest of Charles Shipman Payson. ...
Prints by HOMER, WINSLOW
Help Desk | Privacy | Home | Featured Prints | Shopping Cart ... HOMER, WINSLOW.
BERRY PICKERS. $30.00 (US$). 28x30. View Image. A052M000. BLUE BOAT. ...
Winslow Homer. ... http://www.newpsych.org/sarge/homer.htm. The New Winslow
Tom Sargent, 22A Lakeshore Drive #2, Farmington CT 06032 (860) 674-1635, and.
... Homer, Winslow (American 1836-1910). Croquet Scene,
1866, Oil on canvas Cerney la Ville (French ...
... A fundraising program that gives a percentage of every purchase
to your school. encyclopedia Encyclopedia Homer, Winslow. ...
Lycos Zone. Home. enter a word or phrase: get help Explore our Almanacs,
and Encyclopedia! ... encyclopedia Encyclopedia Homer, Winslow. ...
kids.infoplease.lycos.com/ce6/people/A0824048.html - 24k - Cached
This site and its contents are not affiliated, connected,
associated with or authorized by the individual, family,
friends, or trademarked entities utilizing any part or
the subject's entire name. Any official or affiliated
sites that are related to this subject will be hyper
linked below upon submission
and Evisum, Inc. review.
Please join us in our mission to incorporate The Congressional Evolution of the United States of America discovery-based curriculum into the classroom of every primary and secondary school in the United States of America by July 2, 2026, the nation’s 250th birthday. , the United States of America: We The
People. Click Here