Winslow Homer, American Artist: His World and His Work

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INDEX OF ILLUSTRATIONS
NOTE: In giving measurements of the paintings height comes first. The measurements are only approximate, but they will give the reader an idea of the scale of the original painting. A date given in parenthesis ( 1860) indicates that the artist did not put a date on the painting, and that this date is only approximate.
ADIRONDACK GUIDE

Watercolor 15 x 21 inches Signed: Homer/ 1894 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

AFTER THE HUNT

Watercolor 13 ½ x 19 ½ inches Signed: Homer 1892 Los Angeles County Museum Mabury Bequest

AFTER THE HURRICANE, BAHAMAS

Watercolor 15 x 21 ½ inches Signed: Homer '99 Art Institute of Chicago Ryerson Collection

AMATEUR MUSICIANS

Oil 18 x 15 inches Signed: Winslow Homer N.A. 67 Metropolitan Museum of Art Lee Fund

ARTIST'S STUDIO IN AN AFTERNOON FOG

Oil 24 x 30 ½ inches Signed: Winslow Homer 1894 Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester

ARTISTS SKETCHING IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS

Oil 9 ½ x 15 ½ inches Signed: Homer, White Mts/ 1868 Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Payson

AUTUMN

Oil 38 x 24 inches Collection of Mr. and Mrs. N. Shaye

THE BATHER

Watercolor 14 x 21 inches Signed: Homer '99 Nassau Metropolitan Museum of Art Lazarus Fund

THE BATHERS

Drawing Signed: W.H. 1882 Metropolitan Museum of Art Rogers Fund

THE BEACH AT LONG BRANCH

Illustration from Harper's Weekly, Vol. XVIII, August 15, 1874 Metropolitan Museum of Art

THE BERRY PICKERS

Watercolor 9 ½ x 13 ½ inches Signed: Homer July 1873 Harold T. Pulsifer Collection, Colby College, Waterville, Maine

THE BIRD-CATCHERS

Illustration from Our Young Folks, Vol. III, 1867 Metropolitan Museum of Art

A BIVOUAC FIRE ON THE POTOMAC

Illustration from Harper's Weekly, Vol. V, December 21, 1861 Metropolitan Museum of Art

THE BOATMAN

Watercolor 12 ½ x 20 inches Signed: Winslow Homer/ 1891 Brooklyn Museum Bequest of Mrs. Charles S. Homer

BOOKPLATE

Designed by Homer for H. W. Bryant of Portland, Maine, 1893 Pen Drawing reproduced by lithographic process 4 ½ x 3 1/4 inches The Metropolitan Museum of Art Gift of Sinclair Hamilton

BOY FISHING

Watercolor 14 ½ x 21 inches Signed: Winslow Homer 1892 Collection of Dr. Anthony T. Ladd

BOYS IN A PASTURE

Oil 15 ½ x 22 ½ inches ( 1874) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

BREAKWATER, TYNEMOUTH

Watercolor 13 ½ x 20 inches Signed: Winslow Homer 1882 Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Payson

BREEZING UP

Oil 24 x 38 inches Signed: Homer 1876 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Gift of W. L. and May T. Mellon Foundation

THE BRIDLE PATH, WHITE MOUNTAINS

Oil 24 x 38 inches Signed: Homer N.A. 1868 Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts

BURNT MOUNTAIN

Watercolor 13 ½ x 19 ½ inches Signed: Homer 1892 Collection of Mrs. Charles R. Henschel

BY THE SHORE

Oil 9 ½ x 10 inches Signed: Homer Collection of Mrs. Thomas LaFarge

CAMPAIGN SKETCHES

Uncorrected proof of title page for the series Lithograph New York Public Library

CAMPFIRE

Oil 24 x 38 inches Signed: Homer '80 Metropolitan Museum of Art Gift of Henry K. Pomeroy

CANNON ROCK

Oil 39 x 39 inches Signed: Homer 1895 Metropolitan Museum of Art Gift of George A. Hearn

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