Winslow Homer, American Artist: His World and His Work

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INDEX OF MUSEUMS AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts
EIGHT BELLS
FISHERFOLK ON THE BEACH AT
TYNEMOUTH
KISSING THE MOON
NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY SHOOL
WOMAN ON A BEACH
Ames, Mrs. John S.
RANGER IN THE ADIRONDACKS
TWO GIRLS ON THE BEACH,
TYNEMOUTH
Art Institute of Chicago
AFTER THE HURRICANE, BAHAMAS
CROQUET SCENE
FLAMBOROUGH HEAD
THE GULF STREAM
THE HERRING NET
STOWING SAILS, BAHAMAS
Brady, Mr. and Mrs. James Cox
COTTON PICKERS
Brixey, Mrs. Richard deWolfe
SCHOONERS AT ANCHOR
Brooklyn Museum
THE BOATMAN
GLASS WINDOWS, BAHAMAS
IN THE MOUNTAINS
SHOOTING THE RAPIDS
THE TURTLE POUND
Broome, Mr. John S.
LOST ON THE GRAND BANKS
Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
SNAP THE WHIP
Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery, Canajoharie, New York
HOMEWORK
THE PUMPKIN PATCH
Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
THE WRECK
Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio
CAVALRYMAN (sketch)
SUNDAY MORNING IN VIRGINIA
Clark, Mr. Alfred Corning
HEAD OF A GIRL (drawing)
Clark, Stephen C., Estate of
THE MORNING BELL
Clark Art Institute. See Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute.
Cleveland Museum of Art
EARLY MORNING AFTER A STORM AT
SEA
GIRLS WITH LOBSTER
Colby College, Waterville, Maine, the Pulsifer Collection
THE BERRY PICKERS
Cooper Union Museum, New York
CAVALRY OFFICER (drawing)
CAVALRY OFFICER (sketch)
FISHERMEN BEACHING A DORY AT
TYNEMOUTH, ENGLAND (drawing)
FISHING PARTY (study)
THE FISHING PARTY (study)
THE GULF STREAM (study)
THE HERRING NET (study)
THE HERRING NET, STUDY FOR
INTERNATIONAL TEA PARTY
MCCLELLAN'S CAVALRY
THE SIGNAL OF DISTRESS (sketch)
SNAP THE WHIP (drawing)
SOLDIERS (sketches)
SOLDIERS' HEADS
SOLDIERS (studies)
THE WRECK OF THE Iron Crown (study)
WATERMELON BOYS
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
HUDSON RIVER, LOGGING
A LIGHT ON THE SEA
Denver Art Museum
THE STORM
Detroit Institute of Arts
DEFIANCE
THE DINNER HORN
GIRL AND LAUREL
Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Courtlandt P.
DEER DRINKING
Engle, Mr. and Mrs. Solton
MENDING THE NETS
MILKING TIME
Fleischman, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence A.
THE INITIALS
Fogg Museum of Art, Harvard University
CANOE IN RAPIDS
HOMOSASSA JUNGLE IN FLORIDA
HUNTER IN THE ADIRONDACKS
THE MINK POND
PITCHING HORSESHOES
SCHOONER AT SUNSET
UNDER THE COCO PALM
Fosburgh, Mr. and Mrs. James W.
SAND DUNE
Hauss, Mr. Edward, A.
A HAPPY FAMILY IN VIRGINIA
Headley, Mrs. George W.
SPRING
Henschel, Mrs. Charles R.
BURNT MOUNTAIN

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