From the Curators:
"This is an inspirational sketchbook for admirers of Winslow Homer’s watercolors: I find it thrilling to stare at the smudgy pigment pans and dried washes that make you feel like he just put this kit down and walked out of the room. I think he gave this folding box of paints to his brother—he signed his name on the back, and labeled all the washes with their color names. It is amazing to think that his brilliant watercolors were made with so few pigments, such simple means."
—Kathleen A. Foster, The Robert L. McNeil, Jr., Senior Curator of American Art, and Director, Center for American Art
Create your own masterpiece inside of this sketchbook, featuring a full-bleed photograph of one of Winslow Homer's (American, 1836–1910) watercolor boxes on the sturdy cover. The luxuriant cotton paper is perfect for most dry and wet mediums.
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