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The 1000++ Artworks of media Oil On Canvas and containing the word winslow homer, oil on canvas, 1875

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Winslow Homer - The Life LineThe Life LineWinslow Homer

The Life Line draws on the traditional shipwreck scenario--mountainous waves, wind and spray, a helpless vessel, and a desperate human struggle--with an original, modern perspective. The exhibition includes earlier work, such as images of suspense and rescue Homer (1836–1910) painted on the north co...

Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, United States)
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Winslow Homer - The Veteran in a New FieldThe Veteran in a New FieldWinslow Homer

Painted through the summer and fall of 1865, not long after the nation came to grips with Robert E. Lee's surrender and mourned President Lincoln's assassination—both of which occurred during the second week of April—Homer's canvas shows an emblematic farmer who is a Union veteran, as is signified b...

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, United States)
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Gustave Caillebotte - Man at the WindowMan at the WindowGustave Caillebotte

Young Man at His Window (French: Jeune homme à sa fenêtre) is a painting of 1875 by the French Impressionist Gustave Caillebotte (1848–1894). The oil on canvas painting measures 117 by 82 centimetres (46 in × 32 in).
The painting depicts the artist's brother, René Caillebotte, wearing informal ...

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Claude Monet - Red Boats, Argenteuil, 1875 (oil on canvas)Red Boats, Argenteuil, 1875 (oil on canvas)Claude Monet

Monet returned to France from London in 1872 and settled in Argenteuil (a town on a picturesque stretch of the Seine, eleven kilometres from central Paris), where he lived until 1876. His contemporaries Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Édouard Manet and Alfred Sisley joined him and, for a time, Argenteuil bec...

Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, United States)
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Gustave Caillebotte - The Floor Scrapers (also known as The Floor Strippers)The Floor Scrapers (also known as The Floor Strippers)Gustave Caillebotte

This painting is one of the first representations of urban proletariat. Whereas peasants (Gleaners by Millet) or country workers (Stone Breakers by Courbet) had often been shown, city workers had seldom been painted. Unlike Courbet or Millet, Caillebotte does not incorporate any social, moralising o...