Posts Tagged ‘Theodore Stebbins’

Winslow Homer

Saturday, March 2nd, 1996

WINSLOW HOMER spent most of his life fishing and painting, reeling in the deep, unfath­omable mystery of the sea. His pictures often show some­body gazing out to sea, concen­trating on some­thing no one else can see. Maybe it’s the light on the water, or the wind in the sails, or a boat coming home to shore, or just the flicker of a dream.

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Weston’s Weston: Portraits and Nudes

Sunday, January 21st, 1990

WEST­ON’s portraits of friends and lovers are so intense that their souls seem to flicker through their sensi­tive faces and expres­sive hands. But West­on’s Nudes are seen in name­less frag­ments, as cool and smooth as marble. You see their bodies, but their faces are turned away.

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