Pair-Oared Shell Print

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Pair-Oared Shell Print

About the Work:

Eakins was an oarsman himself, and when he returned from his studies in Paris in 1870 he began a series of paintings on the modern sport of rowing. In 1872, he befriended the celebrated John and Bernard (Barney) Biglin when they came to Philadelphia to compete for the world championship of pair-oared shells. Eakins painted them repeatedly over the next two years. Here, the brothers are shown practicing on the Schuylkill River in the early evening, in the shadow of the old Columbia Railroad Bridge.

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Take home one of your favorite works of art from the Philadelphia Museum of Art's permanent collections. This high-quality reproduction of Thomas Eakins's Pair-Oared Shell  is printed on medium-weight paper with intense pigmentation.

Details
  • Printed in the USA 
  • 12" x 16"
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