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Moon River

for much of his life, Winslow Homer (American, 1836–1910) lived near water. The ocean became a central, if not dominant, theme in his work. It initially served as a setting for youthful recreation in paintings that celebrated children sailing, bathing or picking fruit by the sea.

But by 1880, Homer had begun to withdraw

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