About Winslow Homer’s The Gulf Stream
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Winslow Homer painted this work of art in 1899.
The work depicts a man stranded on a small rowboat in the middle of the rough ocean surrounded by hungry sharks.
The subject appears stranded in the Gulf Stream current in the North Atlantic. This area is prone to terrible weather.
This work is another illustration of the concept of humans against nature. The work emphasizes how insignificant man can be to both the elements and other species.
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About This Winslow Homer The Gulf Stream Print
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- Stretchers with 1.50” thickness for a gallery-style aesthetic.
- Stretched, prepped, and printed in the USA.
- Hanging kit included in all orders.
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These canvases are printed using only HP Latex Ink. This process makes our canvas prints fade resistant for as long as 100 years.
We only use superior quality frames. The stretching of our canvases is done with wooden stretchers.
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About The Artist
Winslow Homer was an American artist that lived from 1836-1910. The majority of his artistic ability came from teaching himself. Homer’s career started as an illustrator. He painted extensively in England and New England. His focus was on marine life and war paintings. Homer is famous for being able to capture feelings in his work. He is one of the most famous American artists.