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Winslow Homer : “Early Morning After a Storm at Sea” (1900-1903)

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The powerful Atlantic surf pounding against the desolate coast of Prouts Neck, Maine, provided primary subject matter for the dramatic paintings that Homer created during his final decades. This example, which the artist proclaimed as “the best picture of the sea that I have painted,” was initially conceived as a watercolor. Undertaking the composition in oil after a lapse of nearly two decades, Homer patiently waited for the appropriate atmospheric conditions, executing the work in four different sessions spread over two years.

Credit Line: Text courtesy of The Cleveland Museum of Art.

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