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image of Home, Sweet Home Winslow Homer (painter)
American, 1836 - 1910
Home, Sweet Home, c. 1863
oil on canvas
overall: 54.6 x 41.9 cm (21 1/2 x 16 1/2 in.) framed: 77.2 x 64 x 7.6 cm (30 3/8 x 25 3/16 x 3 in.)
Patrons' Permanent Fund
1997.72.1
On View
From the Tour: Homer and Eakins: American Painters in the Late 1800s
Object 5 of 8

1863Curtis, G. W. "The Lounger/The National Academy of Design." Harper's Weekly 7 (2 May 1863): 274, no. 331.
1866Aldrich, T. B. "Among the Studios." Our Young Folks, July 1966.
1879"American Painters: Winslow Homer and F. A. Bridgman." The Art Journal n.s. xviii (1879): 154.
1908Mechlin, L. "Winslow Homer." International Studio XXXIV (June 1908): cxxvi, no. 136.
1910Fitzgerald, P. "Winslow Homer/The Noted Artist is Dead." Philadelphia Item, October 1, 1910.
1910"Winslow Homer, Noted Artist, Dies." New York Herald, October 1, 1910.
1910"Winslow Homer Dies; Noted Marine Artist." Philadelphia Evening Telegraph, October 1, 1910.
1911Downes, W. H. The Life and Works of Winslow Homer. Boston, 1911: 46, 47, 48-49, 276.
1911Catalogue of a Loan Exhibition of Paintings by Winslow Homer. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1911: XV.
1914Cox, Kenyon. Winslow Homer. New York, 1914: 17-18.
1932Bolton, T. "The Art of Winslow Homer: An Estimate in 1932." The Fine Arts xviii (February 1932): 52, no. 3.
1944Goodrich, Lloyd. Winslow Homer. New York, 1944: 19, pl. 4.
1944Bolton, T. "Homer Revisited at the Whitney." Art News XLIII (October 1944): 17, no. 13, repro.
1958Churchill, Winston. "The Noblest War: Part I, Vol. IV of a History of the English Speaking Peoples." Life XLIV (24 February 1958): 84, no. 8, repro.
1959Goodrich, Lloyd. Winslow Homer. New York, 1959: 114, pl. 2.
1961Gardner, A.T.E. Winslow Homer, American Artist: His World and His Work. New York, 1961: 16, 57, 77-78, 129, 255, repro.
1962Flexner, James Thomas That Wilder Image: The Native School from Thomas Cole to Winslow Homer. New York, 1962: 279 (reprinted 1970).
1966Flexner, James Thomas The World of Winslow Homer, 1836-1910. New York, 1966: 66, 67, 69-70, repro.
1972Wilmerding, John. Winslow Homer. New York, 1972: 42.
1973Goodrich, Lloyd. Winslow Homer. New York, 1973: 51, 134, repro.
1974Grossman, J. Echo of a Distant Drum. 1974: 8, 127, color pl. 05, 198-199, note 57.
1975Davis, M. D. Winslow Homer: An Annotated Bibliography of Periodical Literature. Metuchen, New Jersey, 1975: 15, 85, nos. 102 and 688.
1979Hendricks, Gordon. The Life and Work of Winslow Homer. New York, 1975: 50, 65, 70 nn. 28 and 45.
1986Cooper, Helen A. Winslow Homer Watercolors. New Haven, 1986: 17.
1988Simpson, Marc. Winslow Homer Paintings of the Civil War. San Francisco, 1988: 142-147, no. 4, repro.
1995Winslow Homer. Exh. cat. National Gallery of Art, Washington; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1995-1996: no. 2.
1998McLellan, Diana. "Really Big Shows." Washingtonian 33, no. 11 (August 1998): 70.
2004Hand, John Oliver. National Gallery of Art: Master Paintings from the Collection. Washington and New York, 2004: 320-321, no. 258, color repro.
2005Goodrich, Lloyd, edited and expanded by Abigail Booth Gerdts. Record of Works by Winslow Homer. 4 vols. New York, 2005: 1:no. 189, repro.
2011Benfy, Christopher. "Winslow Homer: The Stern Facts." The New York Review of Books 58, no. 5 (March 24, 2011): 8-9, color repro.
2012Harvey, Eleanor Jones. "The Civil War and American Art." American Art Review 24, no. 6 (November-December 2012): 82, 84, color repro.
2013Johnson, Ken. “When Painters Showed the War in More than Blue and Gray.” New York Times 162, no. 56,153 (May 31, 2013): C-27, color repro.

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