Winslow Homer (1836-1910)
Winslow Homer was an American painter and printmaker, best known for his landscapes and seascapes. Born in 1836, he was a major figure in the development of American art, and his works are characterized by their attention to light and atmosphere, as well as their depiction of American life and culture.
Homer was particularly known for his depictions of the sea and the coast, and his works often featured ships, fishing boats, and other maritime scenes. He was also a master of watercolor and his works in this medium are widely recognized for their incredible beauty and technical mastery. Today, Winslow Homer's works continue to be celebrated for their innovative techniques and insights into American life, and can be found in major museums around the world.