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Winslow Homer to Present-Day Chicago: An Exhibition of American Watercolors

November 29 – December 20, 1941

 
 
William Zorach
The Cove
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
John Singer Sargent
Woodsheds, Tyrol
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Maurice Brazil Prendergast
Yacht Race
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Charles Demuth
Eggplant and Plums
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Edward Hopper
Gloucester Mansions
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Winslow Homer
The Gulf Stream
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Winslow Homer
Sunshine and Shadow Prouts Neck
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Winslow Homer
Camp Fire, Adirondacks
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Winslow Homer
After the Tornado, Bahamas
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Winslow Homer
The Rapids
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
John Marin
Little Tree, Maine
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
George Grant Luks
Landscape
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Charles Demuth
Still Life, Apples, Green Glass
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Howard Giles
Shore Line
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Charles Demuth
Flowers
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Edward Hopper
La Pierreuse
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Earl Horter
Chinatown
watercolor
Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Robert Moir
Interior
watercolor
Courtesy of Illinois Art Project
 
William S. Schwartz
Abandoned Stone-Crusher
watercolor
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blair
 
J. Courtright
Rima in Jackson Park
watercolor
Courtesy of Illinois Art Project
 
Ethel Crouch Brown
Spring
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 
R. Joansson
After the Thaw
watercolor
Courtesy of Illinois Art Project
 
Ralf Henricksen
Interior
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 
Frederick Remahl
House in the Dunes
watercolor
Courtesy of Ethel Crouch Brown
 
Richard Aberle Florsheim
Parade to Refuge
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 
Eleanor Coen
Grain Elevator
watercolor
Courtesy of Illinois Art Project
 
Emil Armin
Green Corn Dance
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 
Edgar Miller
A Cow and Sunflower
watercolor
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs Walter S. Brewster
 
Emil Armin
Up the Hil
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 
Gustaf Dalstrom
Landscape
watercolor
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walter Hester
 
Ann Brockman
Riverdale
watercolor
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses S. Schwartz
 
Flora Schofield
Woman with Papayas
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 
Andrene Kauffman
The Farmers Enter the National Scene for the First Time in the Granger Legislation of 1868 to 1876
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 
Adrian Troy
Cavernous Afrik
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 
Raymond Breinin
Beyond the Steeple
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 
Beatrice S. Levy
Duncan Kentucky
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 
Ethel Spears
Fourth of July
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 
John Walley
Mad Fisherman
watercolor
Courtesy of the artist
 

   
   
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