Weatherbeaten :Winslow Homer and Maine /Thomas A. Denenberg, editor.

Collection Type

  • Books and periodicals

GUSN

GUSN-286901

Description

xiii, 169 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 x 28 cm, "This beautifully illustrated catalogue celebrates Homer's legacy at Prouts Neck, and documents the Portland Museum of Art's six-year conservation project to preserve the Winslow Homer Studio, the former carriage house in which Homer lived and worked. Photographs of the studio and site, never before open to the public, highlight views that are recognizable as the subject of so many of Homer's paintings. Essays by leading scholars examine his iconic masterpieces; his artistic development in Prouts Neck; the architecture of his studio; his relationship to French painting; and the full range of his marine paintings."--Publisher's website.

Details

Descriptive Terms

Homes and haunts

Originator

Denenberg, Thomas Andrew, 1967- editor of compilation.
Homer, Winslow, 1836-1910. Works.
Portland Museum of Art.

Contents

Foreword / Mark H. Bessire -- Acknowledgments / Mark H. Bessire and Thomas A. Denenberg -- Weatherbeaten / Thomas A. Denenberg -- "The Right Place": Winslow Homer and the Development of Prouts Neck / Kenyon C. Bolton III -- The Architecture of Homer's Studio / James F. O'Gorman --- North Atlantic Drift: A Meditation on Winslow Homer and French Painting / Erica E. Hirsler -- "You Must Wait, and Wait Patiently": Winslow Homer's Prouts Neck Marines / Marc Simpson -- Plates -- Exhibition Checklist -- Bibliography -- List of Contributors -- Lender to the Exhibition -- Index -- Illustration Credits.

Publication

New Haven : Yale University Press

Description

xiii, 169 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 x 28 cm
"This beautifully illustrated catalogue celebrates Homer's legacy at Prouts Neck, and documents the Portland Museum of Art's six-year conservation project to preserve the Winslow Homer Studio, the former carriage house in which Homer lived and worked. Photographs of the studio and site, never before open to the public, highlight views that are recognizable as the subject of so many of Homer's paintings. Essays by leading scholars examine his iconic masterpieces; his artistic development in Prouts Neck; the architecture of his studio; his relationship to French painting; and the full range of his marine paintings."--Publisher's website.

Notes

Weatherbeaten: Winslow Homer and Maine, September 22-December 30, 2012, Portland Museum of Art.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 159-162) and index.

ISBN

9780300184426 (clothbound : alk. paper)
0300184425 (clothbound : alk. paper)
9780916857561
0916857565

Call Number

Coll. ND237.H7 A4 2012 c.1
Stacks ND237.H7 A4 2012 c.2

Other People and Orgs

Homer, Winslow, 1836-1910
Homer, Winslow, 1836-1910.
Winslow Homer Studio

Material Type

Exhibitions.
In art Exhibitions.

Places

Prouts Neck (Me.)