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Winslow Homer's Home, Museum of Art Exhibition in New York Times

Story posted September 08, 2009

The cover story of the September 6, 2009, New York Times Travel section, "Winslow Homerís Maine," highlights the exclusive Prout's Neck area of Scarborough, where the artist lived during much of his last 25 years.

The article includes information for interested travelers, including details of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art exhibition Winslow Homer: At the Waterís Edge, noting that "it focuses on the relationship of bodies of water and female subjects in Homerís works." Read the article.

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From the Bowdoin College Museum of Art exhibition Winslow Homer: At the Waterís Edge. Winslow Homer, American, 1836-1910, Rowboat, 1880, watercolor over graphite.

Winslow Homer: At the Waterís Edge is on exhibition through Sunday, September 13. Read more about the exhibition.

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