Winslow Homer was born in Boston Massachusetts on 1836. At about the age of eighteen, Winslow Homer began to pursue his artist career by becoming an apprentice in the Boston lithographic firm of John Bufford. His brilliance is shown throughout his many watercolors and oil paintings. Winslow Homer lived on a secluded part of the Maine coast from 1883 until his death in 1910.
Reviewed Articles & Paintings about Winslow Homer
Winslow Homer Watercolors – a survey of themes and styles.
Winslow Homer Cloud Shadows, 1890 – oil on canvas.
Brother Charles going off to church – an unpublished Homer drawing.
Winslow Homer: The Obtuse Bard – by Peter W. Bueschen.
Getting the Picture the Art of the Illustrated Letter, Winslow Homer – Winslow Homer to George G. Biggs, February 19, 1876.
The Life and Works of Winslow Homer – by Randy Rausch.
Winslow Homer – Lesson – from Florida State University School.
Winslow Homer (1836-1910) – from Portland Museum of Art Online Gallery.
Winslow Homer Thumbnails – from the Temple University, PA.
Winslow Homer – from Joslyn Art Museum.
Winslow Homer: Facing Nature – from Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine.
Winslow Homer – from Sachem Central School District, New York.
Winslow Homer sketch of navigators on the Grand Banks – from the NOAA Photo Library.
Winslow Homer: The Civil War Years (Focus Gallery 1) / Winslow Homer: Life and Leisure (Focus Gallery 3) – by Columbia Museum of Art.
Snap the Whip, 1872, oil – from University of Wisconsin Madison.
Roger Rosenblatt considers the work of Winslow Homer – by NewsHour Online.
Winslow Homer and Thomas Eakins – by Tigertail Virtual Museum.
Winslow Homer (1836-1910) – Skirmish in the Wilderness, 1864.
The Adirondack Guide by Winslow Homer – by Nine Mile Run Greenway Project, Pittsburgh.
A Brief Homer Biography – by Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr., John Moors Cabot Curator of American Paintings.
Winslow Homer, “Bridle Path, White Mountains” (1868) – by Assumption College, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Winslow Homer – from Thyssen – Bornemisza Museum, Spain.
Winslow Homer 1836-1910 – prepared by Randall Bond Art Librarian Syracuse University.
Winslow Homer – slide by the Harwich Public Schools Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
A Fair Wind Maritime Paintings By Winslow Homer – from Chrysler Museum of Art.
Winslow Homer – from History of Art Department, University of Pennsylvania.
Gulf Stream – Winslow Homer – slide.
Winslow Homer – by the Hyde Collection Art Museum Acquisitions.
Winslow Homer, Forebodings, 1881 – from the Hyde Collection Art Museum Acquisitions.
By Land and By Sea – from Worcester Art Museum.
Winslow Homer (1836-1910) High Cliff, Coast of Maine, 1894 – oil on canvas.
Winslow Homer’s studio – by T. B. Aldrich (1866).
Winslow Homer, the quintessential American artist – the life and art of Winslow Homer.
Winslow Homer – by William M. Slone.
Featured Object – fishermen in quebec.
Life, Love, and Death in Winslow Homer’s – Winding the Clock.
Four Fisherwives, 1881 Watercolor on paper – from Scripps College, Claremont, California.
The Boat Builders 1873 oil on panel – from Indianapolis Musem of Art.
Winslow Homer Poster Page – Sunset Fires, Nooning, Waterfall in the Adirondacks, Stowing the Sail, Bahamas, Breezing Up, 1876.
Exhibition to Feature the Works of Winslow Homer – from Lebanon Valley College.
Winslow Homer – by Inchelium School District.
The Herring Net Oil on canvas, 1885; Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Ryerson Collection, 1937.1039 – by the Art Institute of Chicago.
Winslow Homer, Snap the Whip, 1872 Oil on canvas – by Brian Tracy Art Critique.
The Paintings of Winslow Homer – from Mississippi College.
Winslow Homer – from the University of Chicago Internet Project.
Labor and Leisure in the City, the Country, and at the Seashore: the Wood Engravings of Winslow Homer – selections from the Permanent Collection of the Duke University Museum of Art.
Winslow Homer – page from UK.
Winslow Homer on the Internet – links to works by Winslow Homer in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
Winslow Homer, High Cliff, Coast of Maine – by National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Winslow Homer – by artist Harry Hilson.
Winslow Homer – The Boat Builders, Breezing Up, Snap the Whip, Rab and the Girls.
Winslow Homer’s Breezing Up, The Cotton Pickers, Homework, New England Country School, The Noon Recess – from Ray Carney’s American Vision.
Winslow Homer – a brief biography.
Winslow Homer: Gefangene von der Front – from Germany.
Winslow Homer – Allegory to Ambiguity.
Winslow Homer’s Paintings – The Civil War, African Americans in Reconstruction, Rural Genre, The Sea.