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Winslow Homer

Winslow Homer

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Kathleen Padua A2 3/19/2018 Winslow Homer Synopsis Born February 24, 1836 in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. Died September 29, 1910 in Prouts Neck, Maine American painter from 19th-century Known to make watercolour a real media and not just a thing to test with Pieces usually with a theme of human struggle within an indifferent universe Early Life and Work Born into an old New England family Had a country childhood from age six when he moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts Mother encouraged his artistic inclinations At 19, apprenticed to lithographic firm of John Bufford in Boston Works involved copying designs of other artists Then in a few years he was submitting his own drawings 1859, Homer moved from Boston to New York City to begin working as a freelance illustrator Traveled a lot
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