Hold your place in any book with this wood bookmark from Homer's Two Sailboats in the museum collection. Homer's love of the sea was a rich source of themes while closely observing the fishermen, the sea, and the marine weather.
Homer’s skill as a watercolor painter grew during his second long sojourn in Gloucester, Massachusetts, in the summer of 1880, when his work became breathtakingly fluid and impressionistic. Exploiting the texture of the paper and the range of transparency in his pigments, Homer used techniques like scraping to add highlights to his boldly simplified compositions.
- Museum Exclusive
- Baltic birch with leather tassel
- Measures 2" x 7" x 1/32"
- Made in the USA