The Bowdoin College Museum of Art finds itself making news in two of the nation’s leading newspapers.
The New York Times shares news of a camera, owned by artist Winslow Homer and donated to the Museum by Scarborough, Maine, resident Neal Paulsen. The camera joins an extensive collection of archival material at the Museum related to the life and art of Homer, including nearly 100 vintage photographs. Read more about the gift.
Boston Globe reviewer Mark Feeney visited the Museum recently and writes of two exhibitions Under the Surface: Surrealist Photography and The Object Show: Discoveries in Bowdoin Collections.
Quarter-size dry plate camera manufactured around 1880, owned by artist Winslow Homer.