Homer: Northeaster Framed Print

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Add a touch of dramatic flair to your home or office with Winslow Homer's Northeaster. On the coast of Maine where the artist lived, the term "nor'easter" referred to a storm of exceptional violence and duration. Originally included in this composition were two men crouched on the rocks; although though the painting was well-received and purchased by the prominent collector George Hearn (who later donated it to The Met), Homer would remove the figures to make the crashing waves his sole subject. Homer's preoccupation with the water is apparent across his many tranquil and tumultuous seascapes.

Add a touch of dramatic flair to your home or office with Winslow Homer's Northeaster. On the coast of Maine where the artist lived, the term "nor'easter" referred to a storm of exceptional violence and duration. Originally included in this composition were two men crouched on the rocks; although though the painting was well-received and purchased by the prominent collector George Hearn (who later donated it to The Met), Homer would remove the figures to make the crashing waves his sole subject. Homer's preoccupation with the water is apparent across his many tranquil and tumultuous seascapes.

Details
  • Framed archival reproduction print
  • 15 1/8" x 12 1/8" x 1 1/2"
  • White Tribeca wood frame
  • Includes hardware for hanging
  • Gift wrap not available
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