Winslow Homer Studio Opens to Public (Wall Street Journal)

Winslow Homer, 1867

Winslow Homer in Paris, 1867, Bowdoin College Museum of Art. A gift to the College from the Homer family.


Fans of Winslow Homer can now experience some of the same views that inspired the famed American lanscape painter. After a years-long, multi-million-dollar restoration by the Portland Museum of Art, Homer’s Maine studio on Prouts Neck has opened to the public.

For more on Homer, see The Bowdoin College Museum of Art’s extensive Homer collection.

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