Artist Winslow Homer
Title Eight Bells
Medium: Photogravure with thick transparent wash and resin
Publisher Klackner with New York International Studios Fine Art
Printed either 1890 or 1900
Size Image 19 x 24.5 | has original brown frame | coated with resin | mounted on board
Condition due to age has several scuff marks, very dusty.
* please note Winslow Reproductions were printed in a rich dark ink. The first photo has been enhanced only.
* Has the signature wash Homer used on his watercolor: such as bee wax, gouache, and other components illustrate in Homers: Color Of Light book
* measurement is of image only in the frame, the frame has not been included.
Eight Bells is Homer's monumental and highly regarded by him; stated by Downes.
It a painting of two seamen with a sextant and other tools observing the ocean.