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Winslow Homer - Four Views of Nature

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Published on Dec 8, 2008

Winslow Homer (1836-1910) remained in the history of American art by his depictions of the wild nature of Maine: its ocean shore, its lakes and rivers surrounded by endless woods.

His heroes are fishermen and hunters, and women and children waiting for their return from fishing and hunting.

These four paintings in this video are on view at the Freer Gallery in Washington DC:

Early Evening, 1881/1907 oil on canvas
Saun and Cloud, 1882 watercolor on paper
Waterfall in the Adirondacks, c.1889 watercolor on paper
A Fisherman's Day, 1889 watercolor on paper

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