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What is Blackboard for Homer?

Blackboard is a painting made by famous American landscape painter and print maker Winslow Homer, who is regard as a creator of a bright, modern and ancient American style. The themes of his paintings ranged from heroic quality expressed in … Continue reading

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Fresh Eggs 1874 by Winslow Homer

It is a typical moment for the day of a farmers in the countryside. There, in the frame, is a maid in a white spots and black dress with brown gauze clothing and a cock with brown and dark feathers. … Continue reading

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Boys in a Pasture, Missing their Past

Winslow Homer, an American landscape painter and printmaker, was known as the foremost and preeminent painter in the history of American art. He was largely self-taught painter, who began his career as an apprentice with a Boston lithographer. Homer’s gift … Continue reading

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Girl on a Swing, Weaving Dream

Girl on a Swing is a watercolor painted by Winslow Homer in 1879, who was born in Boston and is considered to be the greatest American painter of the nineteenth century. Maybe because his mother had a gift in watercolorist, … Continue reading

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Protected: Watercolor Painting Girl on a Swing by Winslow Homer

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