Exhibit: “Scenes in Circulation: Winslow Homer’s America,” Fitchburg Art Museum
January 11 - June 7
This exhibit displays a collection of 46 recently acquired Winslow Homer wood engravings dating from 1858–1875, offering a rare glimpse of the prints as a collective body. Together, the prints trace developments in Homer’s compositional strategies and preferred subjects—domesticity, leisure, and manual labor, all set against idyllic New England landscapes—that continued even after he abandoned illustration in the late 1880s. Click here to learn more!