Winslow Homer | In Autumn Woods
Winslow Homer (1836-1910) is regarded by many as the greatest American painter of the nineteenth century. Born in Boston and raised in rural Cambridge, he began his career as a commercial printmaker, first in Boston and then in New York, where he settled in 1859. He briefly studied oil painting in the spring of 1861.
Self-Portrait on a Horse (1890) Born at Canton, New York USA, Frederic Remington (1861-1909) became the foremost turn-of -the-century illustrator, painter and sculptor of western action-packed subjects with cowboys, Indians, horses, soldiers and other frontier characters. His style was realistic and much of his work was narrative with strong implication that the West belonged to the white man, but his Indians were portrayed with dignity and nobility. In 1878 Frederic Remington entered the…
'Returning from the Sping, 1874' Giclee Print - Winslow Homer | Art.com
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