Winslow Homer: Leisurely Observations
February – August 2012
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.
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