Winslow Homer: Leisurely Observations

February – August 2012

Winslow Homer, "Summer in the Country", Engraving

Winslow Homer, “Summer in the Country”, Engraving

Winslow Homer, one of 19th century America’s most celebrated and beloved artists, honed his skills as an illustrator for mid-19th century publications such as Harper’s Weekly. Homer focused on leisure diversions, such as skating, sleighing, croquet, and fishing. Several such works were  featured in the Winslow Homer: Leisurely Observations exhibit that closed August, 2012.

This exhibit is now ready to travel. Contact info@nationalartmuseumofsport.org for details.