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Landscape painter, Naval painter, Genre Painter, Lithographer, Illustrator, Painter, Etcher, b. 1836 - d. 1910

Born in Boston in 1836, Winslow Homer learned to paint from his mother, an amateur artist. At 19, Homer began apprenticing with a Boston lithograph company where he mastered design work. After some years of copy making, Homer submitted his own art to Harper's Weekly, and the first of Winslow Homer's drawings was published. Homer worked successfully as a freelance illustrator for the next 20 years. Despite the commercial success of Winslow Homer's drawings, he taught himself to paint, switching the focus of his work to mariners, their spouses, and seafaring communities. As a result, Winslow Homer oil paintings capture the brutal struggle between man and nature. Later works use watercolor and become more abstract, but don't stray from seascapes. Because of his posthumous popularity, the value of Winslow Homer prints is on the rise. Capture the power and fury of nature with seascape prints for sale at auction worldwide.

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        • Winslow Homer (1836-1910) "The Last Days of Harvest"
          Jul. 20, 2024

          Winslow Homer (1836-1910) "The Last Days of Harvest"

          Est: $300 - $600

          Winslow Homer (1836-1910) Wood engraving on paper titled "The Last Days of Harvest", Edition: Published in “Harper’s Weekly” 6 December 1873, p. 1092, piece measures 9 1/4 x 13 1/4 inches and 15 x 19 inches w/frame. Referenced Foster No. 112, Gelman No. 224. Born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1836 and growing up in Cambridge, Winslow Homer became one of the all-time leading figures in American art, known for his marine genre paintings and for his espousing of realism, especially of American life. From the 1880s until his death in 1910, his work was focused on issues of mortality and the forces of nature such as violent storms at sea. Between 1884 and 1889, he did numerous etchings of his own paintings and watercolors.Homer had no formal artistic training until he was apprenticed to a lithographer, J.H. Bufford, but Homer disliked lithography and got work as an illustrator for Ballou's Pictorial. From 1859 to 1883, he worked from New York for Harper's Weekly, and from October 1861 to May, 1862, was one of their Civil War illustrators. He served as a special correspondent to cover the outbreak of the War, and attached to the Army of the Potomac

          Cutler Bay Auctions
        • Winslow Homer
          Jul. 07, 2024

          Winslow Homer

          Est: $50 - $100

          The Life and Work of Winslow Homer by Gordon Hendricks. Published in New York by Harry N. Abrams, 1979. Large quarto hardcover in dustwrapper in good codnition.

          Sydney Rare Book Auctions
        • WINSLOW HOMER (1836-1910) ORIGINAL WOOD ENGRAVING TITLED SPRING BLOSSOMS, 17IN x 20.5IN (43cm x 52cm)
          Jul. 02, 2024

          WINSLOW HOMER (1836-1910) ORIGINAL WOOD ENGRAVING TITLED SPRING BLOSSOMS, 17IN x 20.5IN (43cm x 52cm)

          Est: $500 - $750

          An original wood engraving by celebrated American artist Winslow Homer (1836-1910). It is titled Spring Blossoms and it was produced in 1870 for Harpers Weekly. With frame, it measures 22 inches x 25 inches. This piece was acquired from a Metro Washington DC estate.

          The Rug Life Auctions
        • Winslow Homer (1836-1910) "The Last Days of Harvest"
          Jun. 15, 2024

          Winslow Homer (1836-1910) "The Last Days of Harvest"

          Est: $300 - $600

          Winslow Homer (1836-1910) Wood engraving on paper titled "The Last Days of Harvest", Edition: Published in “Harper’s Weekly” 6 December 1873, p. 1092, piece measures 9 1/4 x 13 1/4 inches and 15 x 19 inches w/frame. Referenced Foster No. 112, Gelman No. 224. Born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1836 and growing up in Cambridge, Winslow Homer became one of the all-time leading figures in American art, known for his marine genre paintings and for his espousing of realism, especially of American life. From the 1880s until his death in 1910, his work was focused on issues of mortality and the forces of nature such as violent storms at sea. Between 1884 and 1889, he did numerous etchings of his own paintings and watercolors.Homer had no formal artistic training until he was apprenticed to a lithographer, J.H. Bufford, but Homer disliked lithography and got work as an illustrator for Ballou's Pictorial. From 1859 to 1883, he worked from New York for Harper's Weekly, and from October 1861 to May, 1862, was one of their Civil War illustrators. He served as a special correspondent to cover the outbreak of the War, and attached to the Army of the Potomac

          Cutler Bay Auctions
        • WINSLOW HOMER (1836-1910) ORIGINAL WOOD ENGRAVING TITLED SPRING BLOSSOMS, 17IN x 20.5IN (43cm x 52cm)
          Jun. 11, 2024

          WINSLOW HOMER (1836-1910) ORIGINAL WOOD ENGRAVING TITLED SPRING BLOSSOMS, 17IN x 20.5IN (43cm x 52cm)

          Est: $500 - $750

          An original wood engraving by celebrated American artist Winslow Homer (1836-1910). It is titled Spring Blossoms and it was produced in 1870 for Harpers Weekly. With frame, it measures 22 inches x 25 inches. This piece was acquired from a Metro Washington DC estate.

          The Rug Life Auctions
        • Winslow Homer - The Nooning - Offset Lithograph 22.75" x 28.75"
          Jun. 11, 2024

          Winslow Homer - The Nooning - Offset Lithograph 22.75" x 28.75"

          Est: $200 - $250

          "The Nooning" by Winslow Homer, Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 22.75 x 28.75 inches, with an image size of 16.75 x 24 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Published by Shorewood Fine Art Reproductions.

          DUMBO Auctions
        • Winslow Homer (1836-1910) USA, Print
          Jun. 08, 2024

          Winslow Homer (1836-1910) USA, Print

          Est: $100 - $200

          Winslow Homer (1836-1910) USA, Print. 1904. Signed in lower left. Depicts a black bass jumping out of the water. Size: 19 x 13 in. Winslow Homer (1836 - 1910) was active/lived in Massachusetts, Maine / England. Winslow Homer is known for Genre, marine, and figure painting, illustration. #1881 Location Box 10

          Sarasota Estate Auction
        • AMERICAN SEASCAPE OIL PAINTING BY WINSLOW HOMER
          Jun. 01, 2024

          AMERICAN SEASCAPE OIL PAINTING BY WINSLOW HOMER

          Est: $100 - $150

          Oil on board painting by Winslow Homer, 1836 to 1910, an American marine landscape artist, a major figure in American art history. The artwork depicts waves crashing against rocks. Signed by the artist in the lower left. Ornate wooden frame. Collectible Antique Fine Art.

          Antique Arena Inc
        • WINSLOW HOMER, DEER DRINKING, POSTER ON FOAMCORE
          May. 17, 2024

          WINSLOW HOMER, DEER DRINKING, POSTER ON FOAMCORE

          Est: $100 - $150

          Artist: Winslow Homer, American (1839 - 1910) Title: Deer Drinking Year: 1977 Medium: Poster on foamcore Size: 19 x 23 in. (48.26 x 58.42 cm)

          RoGallery
        • Winslow Homer The Herring Net, Litho In USA W/additional Various Prints *paper Weights Not Included
          May. 16, 2024

          Winslow Homer The Herring Net, Litho In USA W/additional Various Prints *paper Weights Not Included

          Est: -

          Pickup on Saturday, May 18, 2024 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm All items are sold as-is. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, or wear and tear. The pickup address will be released on your invoice. Invoices are sent after the entire auction has ended. Be sure to bring boxes and packing material to pickup. If you purchase a large item, be sure to bring moving help. Shipping is NOT AVAILABLE. Items not picked up by the pickup deadline will be forfeited and you will still be charged. Items cannot be held after the pickup date. Items not picked up will be automatically charged to the card on file.

          Aether Auctions
        • Winslow Homer "On the Beach, 1869" Painting
          May. 12, 2024

          Winslow Homer "On the Beach, 1869" Painting

          Est: $1,500 - $3,000

          Winslow Homer (1836-1910) was a prominent American painter and illustrator known for his contributions to American art, particularly in the fields of Realism and American Impressionism. He is widely recognized for his depictions of the American landscape, seascapes, and scenes of everyday life. Here are some key points about Winslow Homer and his work:1. **Early Life:** Winslow Homer was born on February 24, 1836, in Boston, Massachusetts. He showed an early talent for drawing and began his career as an illustrator, working for publications like Harper's Weekly.2. **Civil War Illustrations:** During the American Civil War, Homer gained recognition for his illustrations depicting the experiences of soldiers and life on the frontlines. His illustrations provided a firsthand look at the war for many readers.3. **Marine Paintings:** Homer is perhaps best known for his marine paintings, particularly his seascapes and depictions of coastal life. His seascapes often featured dramatic and realistic portrayals of the sea and its power.4. **The Gulf Stream:** One of his most famous paintings is "The Gulf Stream" (1899), which depicts a man stranded on a small boat surrounded by sharks in a tumultuous sea. The painting is considered a masterpiece of American art.5. **Watercolors:** Homer was also known for his watercolor paintings, which demonstrated his skill in capturing the effects of light, atmosphere, and movement. His watercolors often featured outdoor scenes and landscapes.6. **American Impressionism:** While not a formal member of the Impressionist movement, Homer's work showed elements of American Impressionism in his later years. He experimented with capturing light and color in a more impressionistic style.7. **New England and Maine:** Homer spent significant periods of his life in New England, particularly in Prouts Neck, Maine, where he created many of his iconic coastal and maritime paintings.8. **Return to Nature:** In the latter part of his career, Homer moved away from urban themes and focused more on the natural world. He painted scenes of fishermen, hunters, and rural life, emphasizing the connection between humans and nature.9. **Recognition and Influence:** Winslow Homer's work earned him critical acclaim, and he is considered one of the most important American painters of the 19th century. His realistic and emotionally charged depictions of American life had a lasting impact on American art.10. **Legacy:** Winslow Homer's art continues to be celebrated and studied for its technical excellence, emotional depth, and its portrayal of American life and the natural world. His paintings are held in major museums and collections around the world.11. **Passing:** Winslow Homer passed away on September 29, 1910, in Prouts Neck, Maine, leaving behind a legacy of art that continues to be admired and appreciated for its realism and evocative power.Winslow Homer's ability to capture the essence of American life and the beauty of the natural world remains a testament to his skill and artistic vision. His work continues to be treasured for its enduring appeal and its portrayal of the American experience. Measures 36 x 24 (image), 40.5 x 28.5 (framed). Oil on canvas. Sold "after" Homer.

          Morgan Auctions
        • Winslow Homer "Boy Fishing, 1892" Print
          Apr. 27, 2024

          Winslow Homer "Boy Fishing, 1892" Print

          Est: $600 - $1,200

          Winslow Homer (1836–1910) was an American painter and illustrator known for his powerful and evocative depictions of American life, particularly scenes of nature, the sea, and rural communities. He is considered one of the greatest American artists of the 19th century and a master of realist and impressionist painting.Homer was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and began his career as a freelance illustrator for popular magazines such as Harper's Weekly and Ballou's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion. He gained widespread recognition for his illustrations of the Civil War, which captured the heroism and tragedy of the conflict.In the years following the Civil War, Homer turned his attention to painting, focusing on outdoor scenes and landscapes. He traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe, seeking inspiration in the natural world and capturing the beauty and drama of the sea, the mountains, and the wilderness.One of Homer's most famous paintings is "The Gulf Stream" (1899), which depicts a lone sailor stranded on a damaged boat in the midst of a stormy sea. The painting is a powerful meditation on the forces of nature and the resilience of the human spirit, and it exemplifies Homer's ability to convey emotion and drama through his art.In addition to his seascapes, Homer was also known for his paintings of rural life, particularly scenes of fishermen, hunters, and farmers. He had a keen eye for capturing the rugged beauty of the American landscape and the lives of ordinary people living close to nature.Homer's work was admired for its technical skill, emotional depth, and psychological insight. He was a master of composition, color, and light, and his paintings often evoke a sense of timelessness and universality.Winslow Homer's legacy as one of America's greatest painters endures to this day. His works are held in major museums and collections around the world, and he is celebrated for his contributions to the development of American art and his ability to capture the essence of the American experience. Measures 37.5 x 26.75.

          Morgan Auctions
        • WINSLOW HOMER, SNAP THE WHIP, POSTER ON BOARD
          Apr. 27, 2024

          WINSLOW HOMER, SNAP THE WHIP, POSTER ON BOARD

          Est: $65 - $85

          Artist: Winslow Homer, American (1839 - 1910) Title: Snap the Whip Year: 1993 Medium: Poster on board Size: 21.5 x 36 in. (54.61 x 91.44 cm)

          RoGallery
        • ATTR TO WINSLOW HOMER AMERICAN WATERCOLOR PAINTING
          Apr. 20, 2024

          ATTR TO WINSLOW HOMER AMERICAN WATERCOLOR PAINTING

          Est: $100 - $150

          Attributed to Winslow Homer, American, 1836 to 1910, watercolor painting on paper depicting a scene in a mountain river landscape. Signed, lower left. Framed. Born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1836 and growing up in Cambridge, Winslow Homer became one of the all time leading figures in American art, known for his marine genre paintings and for his espousing of realism, especially of American life. From the 1880s, his work was focused on issues of mortality and the forces of nature such as violent storms at sea. Between 1884 and 1889, he did numerous etchings of his own paintings and watercolors. One of a kind artwork.

          Antique Arena Inc
        • WINSLOW HOMER Perils of the Sea.
          Apr. 18, 2024

          WINSLOW HOMER Perils of the Sea.

          Est: $40,000 - $60,000

          WINSLOW HOMER Perils of the Sea. Etching on imitation Japan paper, 1888. 415x553 mm; 16⅜x21¾ inches, full margins. Edition of approximately 100. Signed and inscribed "N.A." in pencil, lower right. Published by Klackner, New York, with the address and date lower center. A very good, richly-inked impression of this scarce etching. In the discussion of this print in Goodrich's Record of Works by Winslow Homer, edited and expanded upon by Abigail Booth Gerdts, published by The Goodrich-Homer Art Education Project, in 2012, impressions published by Christian Klackner, Homer's New York print dealer, formerly of Knoedler Company, were printed on "heavy-weight, smooth surfaced rag-based paper variously called vellum or parchment" and light weight imitation Japan paper. The current lot, pencil-signed by the artist with the honorific "N.A." (to denote Homer's 1865 election as a full academician of the National Academy of Design) most closely resembles the example (number 98) lent by Kovler Gallery, Chicago for Goodrich's 1968 landmark exhibition "The Graphic Work of Winslow Homer" organized by the Museum of Graphic Art, New York. In 1881, Homer (1836-1910) traveled to England on his second and final trip abroad. After passing briefly through London, he settled in Cullercoats, a village near Tynemouth on the North Sea, remaining there from the spring of 1881 to November 1882. He often located his paintings of Cullercoats at the harbor and along the water's edge, where the community awaited the return of fishermen from their labor on the harsh North Sea. In these works, Homer celebrated the rugged fortitude of the fishermen's wives, whom he depicted with a new monumentality, possibly inspired by the Greek sculpture and other European art he had seen in London (Jean-François Millet had gradually popularized such representations in his Barbizon school paintings, drawings and prints a generation earlier). In Perils of the Sea, he focused on two women to convey the distress caused by the unpredictable whims of nature. From the shore, they scan the horizon for their absent loved ones and anticipate their uncertain return with an anxiety echoed by the dim skies and turbulent waves. There is a same-titled watercolor of this subject from 1881 now in the Clark Art Institute, Williamstown. Goodrich 98.

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • Winslow Homer - Waiting for Dad - Offset Lithograph 16" x 20"
          Apr. 16, 2024

          Winslow Homer - Waiting for Dad - Offset Lithograph 16" x 20"

          Est: $30 - $45

          "Waiting for Dad" by Winslow Homer, Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 16 x 20 inches, with an image size of 8 x 11 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details:

          DUMBO Auctions
        • Winslow Homer - The Nooning - Offset Lithograph 22.75" x 28.75"
          Apr. 16, 2024

          Winslow Homer - The Nooning - Offset Lithograph 22.75" x 28.75"

          Est: $50 - $75

          "The Nooning" by Winslow Homer, Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 22.75 x 28.75 inches, with an image size of 16.75 x 24 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Published by Shorewood Fine Art Reproductions.

          DUMBO Auctions
        • WINSLOW HOMER - HARPER'S WEEKLY 1861-1874
          Mar. 27, 2024

          WINSLOW HOMER - HARPER'S WEEKLY 1861-1874

          Est: $200 - $300

          Lot of selected Winslow Homer engravings from Harper's Weekly spanning from 1861-1874

          Litchfield Auctions
        • Winslow Homer (1836-1910); Mending the Tears;
          Mar. 26, 2024

          Winslow Homer (1836-1910); Mending the Tears;

          Est: $7,000 - $10,000

          Winslow Homer (1836-1910) Mending the Tears (Goodrich 97), 1888 Etching on simili japon paper with Vellum support, signed in pencil and annotated 'N.A.', with the anchor remarque, with the artist's copyright and 'G.W.H. Ritchie imp.' lines, with weak platemark, with margins, framed. plate 17 1/4 x 22 5/8in (43.8 x 57.5cm) sheet 20 x 26in (50.8 x 66cm)

          Bonhams
        • Winslow Homer - The Nooning - Offset Lithograph 22.75" x 28.75"
          Mar. 26, 2024

          Winslow Homer - The Nooning - Offset Lithograph 22.75" x 28.75"

          Est: $75 - $100

          "The Nooning" by Winslow Homer, Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 22.75 x 28.75 inches, with an image size of 16.75 x 24 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Published by Shorewood Fine Art Reproductions.

          DUMBO Auctions
        • Winslow Homer - Shore and Surf, Nassau - 1947 Offset Lithograph 15" x 18.5"
          Mar. 26, 2024

          Winslow Homer - Shore and Surf, Nassau - 1947 Offset Lithograph 15" x 18.5"

          Est: $125 - $175

          "Shore and Surf, Nassau" by Winslow Homer, 1947 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 15 x 18.5 inches, with an image size of 9.5 x 13.5 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details:

          DUMBO Auctions
        • ANTIQUE AMERICAN OIL PAINTING BY WINSLOW HOMER
          Mar. 16, 2024

          ANTIQUE AMERICAN OIL PAINTING BY WINSLOW HOMER

          Est: $100 - $150

          Winslow Homer, American, 1836 to 1910, oil painting on wood board depicting a seascape scene with three men in a canoe. Signed with initials, lower left. Framed. Inscribed in German and dated June 1886, on the paper label, on the backside. Born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1836 and growing up in Cambridge, Winslow Homer became one of the all time leading figures in American art, known for his marine genre paintings and for his espousing of realism, especially of American life. From the 1880s, his work was focused on issues of mortality and the forces of nature such as violent storms at sea. Between 1884 and 1889, he did numerous etchings of his own paintings and watercolors. One of a kind artwork.

          Antique Arena Inc
        • ANTIQUE 19TH C AMERICAN PAINTING BY WINSLOW HOMER
          Mar. 16, 2024

          ANTIQUE 19TH C AMERICAN PAINTING BY WINSLOW HOMER

          Est: $100 - $150

          Winslow Homer, American, 1836 to 1910, oil on masonite painting In the forest. The artwork depicts a young boy sitting in a forest landscape. Framed, bears a metal nameplate inscribed: Winslow Homer. Note: Winslow Homer is recognized as a dominant figure in nineteenth-century American art and his eras foremost exponent of realism. Based on direct observation, his works of the 1860s and 1870s reveal actualities of American life that went unrecorded by other artists. Homers art from the 1880s through his death in 1910 dealt primarily with mortality and the forces of nature, conveying these essential themes in potent images in which light, shadow, and composition play powerful expressive roles. Today, Homer remains one of the most esteemed and cherished of American artists of all time. One of a kind artwork. Antique American Fine Art And Wall Decor Collectibles.

          Antique Arena Inc
        • ATTRIBUTED TO WINSLOW HOMER (ME/MA/UK, 1836-1910)
          Feb. 24, 2024

          ATTRIBUTED TO WINSLOW HOMER (ME/MA/UK, 1836-1910)

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          ATTRIBUTED TO WINSLOW HOMER (ME/MA/UK, 1836-1910) View of Portland from Scarborough, ME; graphite on cardstock, circa 1875, signed "HOMER" lower right, marked "Cumberland" and "Congress" on right, with sketch of seated little girl in bonnet and her dozing Scottie dog behind her, above and to the right. In red walnut frame, matted under plexiglass, OS: 13 1/2" x 17", sheet size: 6" x 9", toned.

          Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
        • WINSLOW HOMER, NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART - BREEZING UP (A FAIR WIND), POSTER MOUNTED ON BOARD
          Feb. 24, 2024

          WINSLOW HOMER, NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART - BREEZING UP (A FAIR WIND), POSTER MOUNTED ON BOARD

          Est: $150 - $250

          Artist: Winslow Homer, American (1839 - 1910) Title: National Gallery of Art - Breezing Up (A Fair Wind) Year: 1992 Medium: Poster mounted on board Size: 24 x 34 in. (60.96 x 86.36 cm)

          RoGallery
        • WINSLOW HOMER (MA/ME/UK, 1836-1910) PRINT & STAMP
          Jan. 24, 2024

          WINSLOW HOMER (MA/ME/UK, 1836-1910) PRINT & STAMP

          Est: $100 - $200

          WINSLOW HOMER (MA/ME/UK, 1836-1910) PRINT & STAMP "Fog Warning", photolitho print, issued by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, with 1998 postage stamp with the same image, in a distressed painted frame and mat, glazed, OS: 21" x 19". Good condition.

          Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
        • Looking Over the Cliff
          Jan. 19, 2024

          Looking Over the Cliff

          Est: $800,000 - $1,200,000

          Property from a Northeastern Institution Winslow Homer 1836 - 1910 Looking Over the Cliff signed Winslow Homer and dated 1882 (lower left) watercolor and pencil on paper 21 by 14 in. 53.3 by 35.6 cm. Executed in 1882.

          Sotheby's
        • Girls on Hillside
          Jan. 19, 2024

          Girls on Hillside

          Est: $80,000 - $120,000

          Winslow Homer 1836 - 1910 Girls on Hillside signed Winslow Homer and dated 1879 (lower left) gouache, chalk and pencil on brown paper 7 ¼ by 13 in. 18.4 by 33 cm. Executed in 1879.

          Sotheby's
        • Winslow Homer
          Jan. 18, 2024

          Winslow Homer

          Est: $10 - $1,000

          By: Kate F. Jennings - Published By: Jg Press - Copyright: 2004 - Hardcover With Dust Jacket Dimensions: 14 1/2" X 10 1/2"

          Berner's Auction Gallery
        • C. 1908 WINSLOW HOMER ENGRAVING - "FAIRHAVEN"
          Jan. 14, 2024

          C. 1908 WINSLOW HOMER ENGRAVING - "FAIRHAVEN"

          Est: $100 - $500

          C. 1908 WINSLOW HOMER (AMERICAN, 1836-1910) ENGRAVING - "FAIRHAVEN" - MARKED LOWER RIGHT "FAIRHAVEN / WINSLOW '08"

          Heart Felt Antiques & Auction Service
        • WINSLOW HOMER ENGRAVING "SHIP BUILDING, GLOUCESTER HARBOR"
          Jan. 14, 2024

          WINSLOW HOMER ENGRAVING "SHIP BUILDING, GLOUCESTER HARBOR"

          Est: $50 - $500

          MATTED ENGRAVING DRAWN BY WINSLOW HOMER "SHIP BUILDING, GLOUCESTER HARBOR" - INITIALS "W.H." WITHIN THE ENGRAVING - MATTING MEASURES APPROX. 20" X 15" - CONDITION AS SEEN IN PHOTOS PROVIDED

          Heart Felt Antiques & Auction Service
        • Winslow Homer Charcoal and Gouache on Paper
          Jan. 11, 2024

          Winslow Homer Charcoal and Gouache on Paper

          Est: $5,000 - $10,000

          Winslow Homer (1836-1910) (attributed) 'Along the Shore'. Charcoal with wash on paper. Signed and dated LL, 'Homer '79'. Gallery label affixed to the backing board from the William Macbeth Incorporated Gallery once located at 11 East 57th Street, New York. Paper: H 11-5/8" W 16". Frame: H: 18-7/8" W: 23-5/8" D: 1-1/8". Condition: Discoloration overall due to light exposure. The piece has been mounted to board and trimmed. Some surface abrasion and flaking of the white gouache in areas of heavy application. Copy and paste link for high-res images: https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fo/pgsk887d124rvtz66d0qa/h?rlkey=bi2slg2s4vtouvwa82jaskr2v&dl=0

          New England Auctions
        • Lot of 2 antique prints: Charles Gibson and Winslow Homer 10 1/4"H x 14 5/8"W (sight), 16 5/8"H x 21 5/8"W (frame)
          Dec. 16, 2023

          Lot of 2 antique prints: Charles Gibson and Winslow Homer 10 1/4"H x 14 5/8"W (sight), 16 5/8"H x 21 5/8"W (frame)

          Est: $100 - $200

          Lot of 2 antique prints: Charles Gibson and Winslow Homer Charles Gibson (American, 1867 - 1944), Seeing New York-Looking at the Skyscrapers, P. F. Collier & Son print. Winslow Homer (American,1836 - 1910), Art-Students and Copyists in the Louvre Gallery, Paris, Harper's Weekly print, 1868.

          Ripley Auctions
        • WINSLOW HOMER? WATERCOLOR PAINTING
          Nov. 18, 2023

          WINSLOW HOMER? WATERCOLOR PAINTING

          Est: $500 - $50,000

          WINSLOW HOMER? WATERCOLOR PAINTING: "The Lookout", sight size 13.5" x 20.5", signed Homer lower left, gilded and carved Impressionist frame, 23.25" x 30.5".

          Burchard Galleries Inc
        • WINSLOW HOMER (1836-1910) - Fly Fishing, Saranac Lake
          Nov. 15, 2023

          WINSLOW HOMER (1836-1910) - Fly Fishing, Saranac Lake

          Est: $20,000 - $30,000

          WINSLOW HOMER (1836-1910) Fly Fishing, Saranac Lake Image: 17 3⁄8 x 22 3⁄8 in. (441 x 568 mm.) Sheet: 17 ¾ x 22 5⁄8 in. (451 x 575 mm.)

          Christie's
        • Winslow Homer - Sunlight and Shadows - 2001 Offset Lithograph 21" x 24"
          Nov. 07, 2023

          Winslow Homer - Sunlight and Shadows - 2001 Offset Lithograph 21" x 24"

          Est: $50 - $75

          "Sunlight and Shadows" by Winslow Homer, 2001 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 21 x 24 inches, with an image size of 16.25 x 24 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Poster for the exhibition: Winslow Homer and the Critics, which was held at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the High Museum of Art in 2001-2002.

          DUMBO Auctions
        • Winslow Homer (AM 1836-1910) Three plates from Harpers
          Nov. 03, 2023

          Winslow Homer (AM 1836-1910) Three plates from Harpers

          Est: $150 - $250

          Winslow Homer (American 1836-1910) Three Plates from Harpers all framed alike 18 x 23"

          Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers
        • Winslow Homer (Am. 1836-1910) Oil Landscape
          Nov. 03, 2023

          Winslow Homer (Am. 1836-1910) Oil Landscape

          Est: $40,000 - $80,000

          Winslow Homer (American 1836-1910) Coastal scene of 5 men working in ditch- Maine oil on academy board signed lower right dated 1888. 9 x 15" Painting is descending in the family of Harry Evert Waldron an Executive for the Sheaffer Pen company and husband of Clementine Scheaffer Waldron daughter of the company's founder . According to family history the painting was purchased from Charles Frazier a Manhattan art dealer around 1925 and has been passed down within the family since that time.

          Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers
        • WINSLOW HOMER Mending the Tears.
          Nov. 02, 2023

          WINSLOW HOMER Mending the Tears.

          Est: $20,000 - $30,000

          WINSLOW HOMER Mending the Tears. Etching on imitation Japan paper, 1888. 444x584 mm; 17 1/2x23 inches, full margins. Signed and inscribed "N.A." in pencil, lower left. With the anchor remarqué lower left. A superb, richly-inked impression of this large, scarce etching, with strong contrasts and no sign of wear. Provenance: Kennedy Galleries, Inc., New York, with the label on the frame back. Homer (1836-1910) remains one of the most significant figures in the history of American Art. He was born in Boston to a long line of New Englanders and grew up in rural Massachusetts. An average student, he began a lithography apprenticeship at age 19. Homer's natural gift was evident early on and he soon shifted to freelancing as an illustrator and moved to New York in 1859, where he took classes at the National Academy of Design (but remained principally self-trained). His most important client, Harper's Weekly, assigned him as their artist-correspondent on the front during the Civil War. During this time (1860s) he created some of his first oil paintings, which were very well received and ushered in his gradual transition from that of an illustrator to a fine artist. After the war, Homer began painting country scenes with a particular focus on women's roles in rural life. His honest yet poetic depiction of farm living was singular in America at the time (though he almost certainly was familiar with the heroizing depictions of peasant life made popular by the Barbizon artist Jean-François Millet several decades earlier). Homer was different from most artists of his day in that his genius and importance as a great American painter was recognized and appreciated during his lifetime. His paintings and watercolors were lauded by both critics and the public, particularly during the latter part of his career, when he turned his focus to marine scenes. He delved into this subject (which would come to define him) after spending two years in England, living near a fishing port, in 1881 and 1882. He exhibited many of the watercolors that he created in England on his return to the states, and his popularity grew immensely. From 1883 onward, Homer resided in scenic Prout's Neck, Maine, where he led a reclusive way of life and continued to depict the sea and man's relationship with it. Despite being best known for his paintings and watercolors, Homer was deeply indebted to his beginnings as a draughtsman, which profoundly informed his works. Homer's printmaking had its roots in the strictly commercial (initially as a lithographic draftsman and then as a freelance wood engraving illustration artist), and he began creating "fine prints" in the form of copper plate etchings in the 1880s, when the medium was gaining popularity in America due to James A. M. Whistler and the 1860s "Etching Revival" in France. Unlike Whistler, Homer's technique was line-based (an influence from his illustration background) and he did not rely on inking and selective wiping to achieve tonal quality. Homer etched eight plates between 1884 and 1889, all were based on his popular marine paintings. He abandoned etching around 1889, partly due to its lack of profitability. There is a watercolor and gouache painting of this subject, Mending the Nets, 1882, now in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Goodrich 97.

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • The World Of Winslow Homer 1836-1910
          Nov. 02, 2023

          The World Of Winslow Homer 1836-1910

          Est: $10 - $1,000

          By: James Thomas Flexner - Published By: Time Incorporated - Hardcover With Book Case Dimensions: 12 1/4" X 9 1/4"

          Berner's Auction Gallery
        • Winslow Homer Attrib. (American ,1836) Watercolor On Paper
          Oct. 30, 2023

          Winslow Homer Attrib. (American ,1836) Watercolor On Paper

          Est: $1,000 - $10,000

          DESCRIPTION: Attrib. to Winslow Homer (American, 1836) signed watercolor painting on paper depicting a Chinese junk sailing ship with fully battened sails. The Chinese junk sailing ship is a type of boat which developed from Chinese river boats. This watercolor painting is signed "Homer" and dated 1895. Framed. Winslow Homer was an American landscape painter and illustrator, best known for his marine subjects. He is considered one of the foremost painters in 19th-Century America and a preeminent figure in American Art. CIRCA: 1895 ORIGIN: USA DIMENSIONS: Frame is H: 22 1/4" W: 30 3/8" CONDITION: Paper has signs of age and humidity specially on the upper right side corner.

          Akiba Galleries
        • WINSLOW HOMER, (American, 1836-1910), The Ghosts of Departed Prouts, 1901, charcoal and pencil on paper, sight: 4 3/4 x 7 3/4 in., frame: 14 1/4 x 17 1/4 in.
          Oct. 28, 2023

          WINSLOW HOMER, (American, 1836-1910), The Ghosts of Departed Prouts, 1901, charcoal and pencil on paper, sight: 4 3/4 x 7 3/4 in., frame: 14 1/4 x 17 1/4 in.

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          WINSLOW HOMER (American, 1836-1910) The Ghosts of Departed Prouts 1901, charcoal and pencil on paper signed and dated Winslow Homer / 6:30 A.M. Dec 1. / 1901 lower left; titled The ghosts of departed prouts / (at the house raising) upper left

          Grogan & Company
        • 14 WINSLOW HOMER HARPERS WEEKLY ENGRAVINGS
          Oct. 26, 2023

          14 WINSLOW HOMER HARPERS WEEKLY ENGRAVINGS

          Est: $300 - $500

          [print] Winslow, Homer (American 1836-1910) Wood engravings for Harper's Weekly publication. 14 pages, 13 unique engravings. 2 copies of "The Sleighing Season - The Upset". Each matted. Page size: 16" x 10 1/2". Condition: Overall very good. Some toning, fraying at edges, and mending.

          Quinn's Auction Galleries
        • WINSLOW HOMER. 4 HARPER'S WEEKLY ENGRAVINGS
          Oct. 26, 2023

          WINSLOW HOMER. 4 HARPER'S WEEKLY ENGRAVINGS

          Est: $200 - $300

          [print] Winslow, Homer (American 1836-1910) Wood engravings for Harper's Weekly publication. ++ Snapping The Whip 1873. Sight very good to near fine. Not examined out of frame. Frame size: 29" x 23" Engraving size: 21 1/4" X 15" ++Unframed,The Wreck of the 'Atlantic'- Cast Up By The Sea. April 26, 1873. Unframed, tipped onto matting with clear cellophane. ++The Nooning 1873. Frame size: 22 1/2" x 18". Print size: 15" x 10" ++ Waiting For A Bite 1874. Frame size: 22 1/2" x 18". Print size: 15" x 10"

          Quinn's Auction Galleries
        • Winslow Homer - Waiting for Dad - Offset Lithograph 16" x 20"
          Oct. 24, 2023

          Winslow Homer - Waiting for Dad - Offset Lithograph 16" x 20"

          Est: $40 - $60

          "Waiting for Dad" by Winslow Homer, Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 16 x 20 inches, with an image size of 8 x 11 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details:

          DUMBO Auctions
        • WINSLOW HOMER (1836-1910) Shepherd charcoal on paper 24 ¾ x 13 in. (62.9 x
          Oct. 19, 2023

          WINSLOW HOMER (1836-1910) Shepherd charcoal on paper 24 ¾ x 13 in. (62.9 x

          Est: $20,000 - $30,000

          WINSLOW HOMER (1836-1910) Shepherd charcoal on paper 24 ¾ x 13 in. (62.9 x 33 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Winslow HOMER: "Our Watering Places - Horse-Racing".
          Oct. 07, 2023

          Winslow HOMER: "Our Watering Places - Horse-Racing".

          Est: $150 - $200

          Winslow HOMER (American, 1836-1910): "Our Watering Places - Horse Racing at Saratoga". Wood engraving after a drawing by Homer, 1865. Reference: Gelman 153. Published in Harper's Weekly, August 26, 1865. Titled and annotated below the image. Image size: 9 1/8 x 13 7/8 inches.

          Armstrong Fine Art
        • WINSLOW HOMER ENGRAVING CIVIL WAR
          Sep. 30, 2023

          WINSLOW HOMER ENGRAVING CIVIL WAR

          Est: $400 - $500

          The Army of the Potomac - A Sharpshooter on Picket Duty Engraving by Winslow Homer, Harpers Weekly November 15, 1862. Professionally framed and matted. In frame 23.5"x20"x1". Weight 5 pds.

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