Weatherbeaten: Winslow Homer and Maineby Thomas Andrew Denenberg, Tim Bolton (Contribution by), James F. O'Gorman (Contribution by), Erica E. Hirshler (Contribution by), Marc Simpson (Contribution by)
In 1883 American artist Winslow Homer (1836–1910) moved his studio from New York City to Prouts Neck, a slip of coastline just south of Portland, Maine. Here, over the course of twenty-five years, Homer produced his most celebrated and emotionally powerful paintings, which often depicted the dramatic views and storm-strewn skies around his home.
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