Article: Art and America

Art and America

by Elsa Dixler for NY Times Books (Dec. 3, 2006)

“This season brings three attractive books that shed light on American painting and its relationship to the world. Most people, if asked to name an American painter of the 19th century, would reply, “Winslow Homer.” His American scenes, many recalling innocent rural pastimes or focusing on rugged men at sea or in the wilderness, seem to remind us of who we are, or were, as a people. ”

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