Winslow Homer in England

Format: paperback
Year published: 1992
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
Total Pages: 138
Illustrations: Illustrated in colour


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When Winslow Homer sailed to England in March of 1881, he was already well established as a leading member of his generation of American artists. Critics often referred to him as the “most American of American artists”, combining praise with the implication that his work was provincial compared to that of his more European-trained American contemporaries. However, upon his return, after a year and a half spent in the seaside village of Cullercoats, Homer’s work garnered rave reviews and gained a new appreciation among art dealers. In this book, Tatham’s detailed account of Homer’s time in Cullercoats offers a perceptive reappraisal of both the village’s influence on his work and the paintings themselves.


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