A new book with major discoveries:

Winslow Homer in the 1870's - Separating Myth from Reality



More than forty works painted by Winslow Homer in the Hudson River Valley, complete with maps, vintage photos and identities of precise locations. Full interpretations and descriptive narratives, all verifiable with undisputed evidence and background details. Includes many rare never before seen vintage photographs.



“I congratulate you on the thorough and true groundbreaking research you have done in documenting Homer’s activities—and his precise whereabouts—in the 1870s.”


– Franklin Kelly, Deputy Director and Chief Curator

National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.



Includes current and vintage photographs of actual sites where Homer painted—in the fields and meadows, the inns and homes, schools and foothills, orchards and farmyards—all related to 40 watercolors and oil paintings now in museum collections worldwide.


Published 2020 by Contemporary & Modern Print Exhibitions, Laguna Niguel, CA

Printed by Edition One Books, Richmond, CA


Soft cover 8-1/2 x 11 inches

124 color and black & white plates with interpretive notes

116 pages [includes four chapters plus introduction, preface & postscript]

3 Maps [includes detailed map showing precise locations where Homer painted]



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