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Winslow Homer Oil Painting Reproductions
(American, Realist, American Art, 1836-1910)
“When you paint, try to put down exactly what you see. Whatever else you have to offer will come out anyway.” Winslow Homer

Homer, Winslow

A Basket of Clams

Homer, Winslow

A Fresh Breeze

Homer, Winslow

A Huntsman and Dogs

Homer, Winslow

A Light on the Sea

Homer, Winslow

A Summer Night

Homer, Winslow

An Afterglow

Homer, Winslow

Apple Picking

Homer, Winslow

At the Window

Homer, Winslow

Autumn

Homer, Winslow

Beach Scene

Homer, Winslow

Berry Pickers

Homer, Winslow

Blackboard

Homer, Winslow

Boys in a Dory

Homer, Winslow

Boys in a Pasture

Homer, Winslow

Boys Wading

Homer, Winslow

By the Shore

Homer, Winslow

Cannon Rock

Homer, Winslow

Croquet Match

Homer, Winslow

Croquet Players

Homer, Winslow

Croquet Scene

Homer, Winslow

Crossing the Pasture

Homer, Winslow

Dad’s Coming!

Homer, Winslow

Danger


Winslow Homer Most Popular Paintings

Homer, Winslow

Girl and Laurel

Homer, Winslow

Eight Bells

Homer, Winslow

Gloucester Harbor

Homer, Winslow

Snap the Whip

Homer, Winslow

The Cotton Pickers

Winslow Homer Paintings

At the beginning of his career, Winslow Homer's paintings demonstrated his perception and feelings in such depth and maturity that make his work recognizable immediately. He had an objective realism that was emotionally controlled and accurate to nature. It has been said that Winslow Homer made an impression of his power with his first contribution and he wielded better colors, models, and a better pencil than those who contributed regularly before him. In his early years and through the 1870s, Winslow Homer painted idyllic or rural scenes of life on the farm, courting young adults, and playing children with pieces such as A Summer NightCrossing the Pasture, and Haymaking. Winslow Homer's watercolors and paintings became his main focus by 1875 as he stopped working in commercial illustration.

While living in New York, Homer's paintings included landscape figures which reflected his time spent in France. While in England, Homer's painting was almost always created using watercolors. His art depicted scenes with harsher tones, and Winslow Homer's watercolors painted scenes of people in the landscape who were struggling heroes as in Lifeline and Saved. Winslow Homer became a recluse after 1884 but his interpretations of sea life using watercolor were powerful and dramatic and have yet to be surpassed. Winslow Homer watercolors will forever be unique when it comes to American art.

Arts Heaven offers a great selection of Winslow Homer paintings which can be used to enhance any space in your home. When you purchase a Winslow Homer painting from Arts Heaven, it will be delivered immediately. You can also purchase a Winslow Homer painting with an aged or cracked look which will make it look more like an original. You can also preview what your Winslow Homer painting will look like framed. The perfect frame is sure to add to the pure artistic beauty of any Winslow Homer painting. Arts Heaven provides hand-painted, art reproductions that are of high, museum-quality for our valued customers.

Winslow Homer enjoyed his isolation and let silence and privacy be his inspiration to create his great works of art. Timeless nature, struggles of people against the ocean, relationships of the fragile, and human life in transient form. The seascape artwork he created in his later life concentrated on the drama, force, and beauty of the ocean itself. Dynamically composed and richly textured, the seascapes of Winslow Homer capture the feel and look of receding and onrushing waters. These works of art are the most admired of Homer's art and remain so still today. Arts Heaven provides a way for you to purchase Winslow Homer paintings and appreciate the depth of the feeling, the hint of abstraction, and his virtuoso brushwork incorporated in each piece.


Watercolors by Winslow Homer
Winslow Homer Wood Engravings