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Picture Gallery


In 1873, after working in oils for almost twenty years, Homer began also to paint using watercolors. For the rest of his life, this became as important to him as his use of oil and he created many of each. In the mid point of his career, his subjects usually depicted the rural farm scenes of Northeast America, children at play, and fashionable resort views featuring mostly well dressed women.



Winslow Homer did in showing the beauty of America what many French Impressionists did for Europe, and his body of work will shine as a legacy to our great and beautiful nation.













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