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A Garden in Nassau

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Description: American Watercolor in the Age of Homer and Sargent
Impressionism, as demonstrated by Childe Hassam, Theodore Robinson, John Twachtman, and J. Alden Weir in oil, watercolor, and pastel, coexisted with Tonalism...
PublisherPhiladelphia Museum of Art
Related print edition pages: pp.295-331
Description: Watercolors by Winslow Homer: The Color of Light
Homer’s detailed underdrawing for A Garden in Nassau (figure a), reveals that he initially drew two figures to the left of the gate; climbing the wall to pick coconuts, they do not appear in the final work. Examination of the surface indicates that the artist painted the figures, at least with preliminary washes, and then erased the area by scraping, leaving partial outlines of the forms behind. Nineteenth-century watercolor manuals discussed scraping as a means to …
PublisherArt Institute of Chicago

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