National Gallery of Art - EXHIBITIONS

Image: Winslow Homer in the National Gallery of Art, July 3, 2005 - February 20, 2006

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Works by
Winslow Homer
in the Gallery's Collection

Biography of
Winslow Homer

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Asher B. Durand's "Kindred Spirits"
On view in the National Gallery's, West Building, Main Floor, American galleries, gallery C

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Winslow Homer Watercolors–A Survey of Themes and Styles

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Press Materials

Image: Winslow Homer
Key West, Hauling Anchor, 1903
Gift of Ruth K. Henschel in memory of her husband, Charles R. Henschel
1975.92.9 Exceptional oil paintings, watercolors, drawings and prints by distinguished American artist Winslow Homer (1836–1910) have been selected from the Gallery's extensive holdings of his work. The exhibition spans the artist's career from his early oils, such as the Civil War scene Home, Sweet Home (1863) to the late masterworks of watercolors such as Key West, Hauling Anchor (1903). The more than fifty works in this special exhibition include oils Breezing Up (A Fair Wind) (1873–1876), Autumn (1877), Hound and Hunter (1892), and Right and Left (1909), and the watercolors The Sick Chicken (1874), Girl with a Hay Rake (1878), Incoming Tide, Scarboro, Maine (1883), A Good Shot, Adirondacks (1892), Salt Kettle, Bermuda (1899), and The Coming Storm (1901).

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