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The Call of the Once-Wild: Winslow Homer and the Adirondacks 1870-1910

Sunday, Jul 21, 2013 3:00p

Scholar David Tatham, Professor Emeritus, Syracuse University, will speak on Winslow Homer's four-decade association with the Adirondacks.

This lecture examines Homer’s Adirondack works in the Clark collection, which include the paintings Two Guides, Playing a Fish, and the rarely seen watercolor An October Day. Dr. Tatham will also speak about Homer’s Adirondack works in other collections.

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