Winslow Homer artist studio Prouts Neck, Scarborough Maine. The favored place in the Homer studio.
Contributor:Stillman Rogers / Alamy Stock Photo
File size:48.4 MB (1.9 MB Compressed download)
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Dimensions:3360 x 5040 px | 28.4 x 42.7 cm | 11.2 x 16.8 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:18 May 2012
Location:Winslow Homer Studio, Prouts Neck, Black Point Scarborough, Maine
Winslow Homer first established his sumer studio in Prouts Neck in 1884, moving a former carriage House of his brother to a point 200 feet from the Ark, his brothers summer home. He died at the studio in 1910. The studio was purchased by the Portland Museum of Art and years and millions of dollars were spent restoring it. It opened to the public in September 2012. This spot was Homer's favored place to work. On the table are reprints of some of his prints.