The Wood Engravings of Winslow Homer
Winslow Homer (1836 – 1910) is considered by many to be one of America’s greatest marine painters. He was, however, also a prolific printmaker whose work was often included in publications of the day like Harper’s Weekly. Historically, prints such as those by Homer were a way that many people would access art, and they had profound influence on people’s understanding of the world. Wood Engravings of Winslow Homer highlights the artist’s prints including landscapes, nautical scenes, the Civil War, and more. These prints will be complemented by watercolors and other paintings by Homer.
This exhibition is organized and traveled by Blair-Murrah Exhibitions, Sibly, MO.
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