How Winslow Homer’s long-lost camera changed the way scholars see his paintings

Little did the Bowdoin College Museum of Art know that an unsolicited phone call it received in 2014 would lead to an exhibition this summer that may change the way Winslow Homer is viewed in art history.

 


 

 


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Winslow Homer: An American Vision


The peerless and comprehensive survey of this important American artist, now available in paperback for the first time

This thoroughly researched, immensely readable study on Winslow Homer, one of America’s most significant and prolific painters, presents a full account of his life and work and offers a fresh and provocative reassessment of his place in the history of late nineteenth-century art. Homer’s work is popular and accessible, and Griffin’s text, with its solid documentation, original research and fresh interpretations, has become an essential survey of Homer and his creative output.

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