Winslow Homer Watercolors

Winslow Homer Watercolors

Book - 1976
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Blackwell North Amer
The most popular of all American watercolorists - and the artist who has had the most profound influence on watercolor painting in America - has always been Winslow Homer. This beautiful volume is the first study devoted exclusively to Homer's work in this medium. Published in cooperation with The Brooklyn Museum and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the book includes virtually the entire Winslow Homer watercolor collection of both museums.
The full range of Homer's work is encompassed in this volume: the subtle, controlled coastal scenes painted during his residence in an English fishing village; the powerful, deep-toned hunting and fishing pictures painted in the Maine woods; and the explosion of tropical color in his late watercolors of the Caribbean, the most famous and influential of all his work.

Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill Publications ; Oxford, UK : Phaidon Press, 1976
Edition: Paperback ed
ISBN: 9780823023264
Characteristics: 87 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm


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