AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Winslow Homer (1836 – 1910)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 5, 2014


 

Breezing Up (A Fair Wind)

Breezing Up (A Fair Wind)

Milking Time

Milking Time

Cloud Shadows

Cloud Shadows

Enchanted

Enchanted

The Milk Maid

The Milk Maid

The Reaper

The Reaper

Boys In A Pasture

Boys In A Pasture

Eagle Head, Manchester, Massachusetts (High Tide)

Eagle Head, Manchester, Massachusetts (High Tide)

The New Novel

The New Novel

Mount Washington

Mount Washington

At The Window

At The Window

On Guard

On Guard

Camp Fire

Camp Fire

Man With A Sythe

Man With A Sythe

On The Fence

On The Fence

The Brush Harrow

The Brush Harrow

The Morning Bell - The Old Mill

The Morning Bell – The Old Mill

School Time

School Time

The Red School House

The Red School House

A Basket Of Clams

A Basket Of Clams

A Rainy Day In Camp - Camp Near Yorktown

A Rainy Day In Camp – Camp Near Yorktown

The Life Line

The Life Line

Portrait Of A Lady

Portrait Of A Lady

Mending The Nets

Mending The Nets

The Rustics

The Rustics

Artists Sketching In The White Mountains

Artists Sketching In The White Mountains

How Many Eggs

How Many Eggs

Fresh Air

Fresh Air

Girl Carrying A Basket

Girl Carrying A Basket

Fisherman's Family - The Lookout

Fisherman’s Family – The Lookout

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3 Responses to “Winslow Homer (1836 – 1910)”

  1. One of my all time favs!

  2. Vincenzo said

    Even this painter, I think, belongs to the great artists with merit. From his paintings emerges great love for nature and the simple life, which, at the time of the painter, the conducting people in the open air, in the country is almost uncontaminated.
    How true, and beautiful, are the scenes depicting peasants and peasant girls, with those simple, and characteristic clothes! And that naturalness in their moments of daily life! Today, we who live in the twenty-first century, these scenes they can appear to us as coming from a fantasy world, yet they they belonged to a true reality. And in front of them, those who love nature, can not but to feel the good feelings that manage to give off. What a beautiful and romantic is “At The Window”!

  3. Don Hyde said

    He could be the best that America has produced.

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