Home Dealers Calendar Articles Fine Art Database About AFA Login/Register
Home | Fine Art Database | Artist Profile
Winslow Homer  American  1836 -1910
Born: Cambridge, Massachusetts  
Died: Prout's Neck, ME   
Active: Cambridge, Massachusetts  1836-1859
New York, New York  1859
Paris,  France 1866-1867
North Sea Coast,  England 1881-1882
Prout's Neck, Maine  
Addresses:  Prout's Neck, Scarboro, Maine   
Studied: New York City 1861
Boston 1855
National Academy of Design 
Instructors: Frederick (Sr.) Rondel 1861
John Henry Bufford 1855
Exhibited: National Academy of Design 1863-1888
Brooklyn Art Association 1864-1882
Boston Art Club 1877-1909
Art Institute of Chicago 
Carnegie Institute 1893
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1888, 1893-1897, 1900-1910
Paris Exposition 1900
Pan American Exposition 1901
Charleston Exposition 1902
St. Louis Exposition 1904
Corcoran Gallery 1907-1908
St. Louis Exposition 
Examples of Work: Butler Institute of American Art 
Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington 
Denver Art Museum 
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia 
Philadelphia Museum of Art 
St. Louis Art Museum 
Specialty: Painter
Memberships: National Academy of Design ANA 1864; NA 1865
Artist Profile
Works Available
Winslow Homer was a largely self-taught artist who studied briefly with Fredrick Rondel in 1861 and took several night courses and the Nation Academy of Design. Homer grew up in Cambridge MA and at the age of 19 became an appr... (More)

Antiques and Fine Art is the leading site for antique collectors, designers, and enthusiasts of art and antiques. Featuring outstanding inventory for sale from top antiques & art dealers, educational articles on fine and decorative arts, and a calendar listing upcoming antiques shows and fairs.