This is a slideshow of photos of Winslow Homer's Studio at Prout Neck in Maine - plus a Vanity fair article on the studio and his painting habits It would seem Winslow Homer was pretty smart as to the timing of paintings to satisfy the seasonality of people's interests
West Point, Prout's Neck (1910) by Winslow Homer [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
It looks as if tours of the studio where he settled in 1883 are about to start. This is an extract from the Portland Museum of Art's website relating to The Year of Winslow Homer
Walk in Winslow Homer's footsteps.In addition, the Museum is having an exhibition Homer's Prouts Neck Home (22 September - 30 December 2012)
The Portland Museum of Art is pleased to offer tours to this National Historic Landmark beginning on September 25.
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To celebrate the opening of the newly renovated Winslow Homer Studio at Prouts Neck, the Portland Museum of Art presents Weatherbeaten: Winslow Homer and Maine. This extraordinary exhibition showcases 38 masterpieces that the great American artist Winslow Homer (1836-1910) created during the final decades of his life, when he lived and worked in Maine.For more about Winslow Homer see my website - About Winslow Homer - American Artist