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Winslow Homer: American Artist His World and His Work by Albert ten Eyck. Gardner

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By Albert ten Eyck. Gardner

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1/: PROMENADE ON THE BEACH ' Fine Arts, Si>rini;fiel(l, Miissachiiselts Metropolitan PRISONERS FROM THE FRONT Museum of Art f,' 4\ i I •>> ^ CHAPTER TWO BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES "The have chosen gives me my full hours of enjoyment for my life. " Winslow Homer in a letter to his brother, Charles, written in February 1895. Goodrich No ONE has ever succeeded in casting — Winslow Homer any bohemian glamour on the plain facts of Winslow Homer's biography. In reality the account of his life is not much more than a sober workaday Yankee record of illustrations drawn and published, watercolors and oils painted, exhibited, and sold.

At the outbreak of the Civil War he went to Washington, making excursions in various directions with the armies, remained at work there until he On this modest National Academy of of his wages. had completed capital], he and furnishing drawings of his experiences and the episodes of the war to Harper's Weekly. It was at this time that he began to apply his lessons in painting. " This actual scene of the time when popular excitement was the painter's reputation immediately. at fever heat, made He was made an war for the Union, appearing a profound impression, and established Associate of the National Academy in 1864, an Academician the following year, and in 1866 assisted in organizing the American Water Color Society.

Certain facts in the Sheldon account stand out and they are important keys to the character of the artist, reflecting as they do his independence, his dislike of being tied down to a routine job, his refusal to submit to the grinding drudgery of a regular job as an illustrator for Harper's; and his love for the freedom of the forest, the field, and the sea. These are characteristics that his life but all of his paintings. Sheldon's critical comments, ages to state there in only a few lines an admirable can hardly be improved.

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