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West Point, Prout's Neck, 1900

Item # 1161583

Winslow Homer

<p>Winslow Homer is considered by many to be the best American painter of the 19th century. His impeccable technique and celebration of marginalized characters mean Winslow Homer wall art deserves pride of place on the walls of any home.<p> <p class="title-3">Characteristics of Winslow Homer art</p> <p>Winslow Homer (1836-1910) got his big break as a freelance illustrator-correspondent covering the American Civil War for Harper&#39;s Weekly. Unlike his peers, he sought to uncover the human element of war rather than the conflict itself.<p> <p>These early works would set the tone for Homer&#39;s career as an artist, as he used his mastery of watercolors and unerring eye for detail to depict scenes of American life using a blend of Romanticism and Realism. The end result is memorable paintings with a rare emotional depth.<p> <p>Homer&#39;s use of natural light and shadows is awe-inspiring. When paired with fresh, vibrant colors and the wonderful texture of his work, his paintings are charged with an energy and vitality that still holds today.<p> <p>The subject matter of Winslow Homer wall art includes fishermen, frolicking children, school teachers, and scenes of maritime life. His work ranges from celebrating the sea&#39;s power to quiet, contemplative, solitary scenes.<p> <p>His paintings have a strong narrative quality, with many pieces suggesting an unfolding narrative behind the aesthetic qualities. Indeed, Homer&#39;s work has a Romantic and elegiac quality that rewards repeated viewing and new interpretations.<p> <p class="title-3">How to choose Winslow Homer wall art</p> <p>While Winslow Homer art is intricately tied to maritime life, his masterful watercolors and oil paintings feature a range of subjects within rural or outdoor settings. You can find depictions of trees, sunsets, beaches, and other idyllic scenes within his oeuvre, allowing you to select pieces that resonate with you.<p> <p>Color is another important consideration to make. Homer&#39;s work features a mix of bright and vibrant palettes and more subdued tones, allowing you to fit his canvases within your color schemes. Selecting the right frame can bridge color divides and even help this work sit within less classical settings, too.<p> <p>Homer traveled widely and painted seaside watercolors in many locations, including Florida, Canada, and the Caribbean. These pieces can provide a memento of your own sojourns or a link to your heritage.<p> <p>Explore our diverse collection of Winslow Homer wall art to bring the works of this celebrated American artist to your home. From rich scenes of everyday life to bright and airy marine scenes, there is something for every fan of the outdoors.<p>

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