Ship-Building, Gloucester Harbor.
Image: 13 9/16 x 9 3/16 in.
Sheet: 16 x 11 in.
l.r. in plate: W.H.
l.c.: SHIP-BUILDING, GLOUCESTER HARBOR.--DRAWN BY WINSLOW HOMER.-[SEE PAGE 902.]
r. edge: 900 HARPER'S WEEKLY. [OCTOBER 11, 1873.
l.l. verso, in graphite: 10463AL
verso: [page 899 from Harper's Weekly]
Donald Marron Collection
Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas
American Masters of the WoodcutMarch 29–October 12, 2003
This exhibition presents a survey of the resurgence of relief printmaking in America, when it was transformed into a lively art form well suited to accommodate a highly personal and experimental approach to graphic expression.
Homer and Remington in Black and WhiteMarch 4–July 2, 2017
This exhibition highlights the overlooked works on paper that helped catapult two great American artists to household names. Their ability to distill the essence of a scene using only black and white was fundamental to their success.