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Video: Chalk Resist
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See another Prout's Neck watercolor in which Homer made extensive use of chalk resist.
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Video: Chalk Resist
Video Demonstration: Rewetting and Scraping
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Here, the artist demonstrates how Homer would have created the yellow wildflowers seen in North Woods Club, Adirondacks (The Interrupted Tete-a-Tete) by wetting and scraping away green...
Video Demonstration: Rewetting and Scraping
Digital Simulation: Original appearance of For to Be a Farmer's Boy
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New evidence from colored washes that are now faded provides the opportunity to create digital simulations to approximate the unfaded appearance of three watercolors:...
Digital Simulation: Original appearance of The Sponge Diver
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The Sponge Diver, 1898-99. Watercolor, over graphite, on moderately thick, moderately rough, cream...
Digital Simulation: Original appearance of North Woods Club, Adirondacks
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New evidence from colored washes that are now faded provides the opportunity to create digital simulations to approximate the unfaded appearance of three watercolors:...
Audio Lecture: Winslow Homer and the Color Theories of M.E. Chevereul
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Conservator Judith Walsh, Buffalo State-SUNY, considers how Homer's fresh, spontaneous-looking works often are the result of careful study and deliberate planning.
Audio Lecture: Winslow Homer and the Color Theories of M.E. Chevereul
Audio Lecture: Fresh Air and Pure Impressions: Winslow Homer's Watercolors
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In this special "sneak preview" of the upcoming Winslow Homer exhibition, Martha Tedeschi, curator of prints and drawings, offers an...
Audio Lecture: Fresh Air and Pure Impressions: Winslow Homer's Watercolors
Audio Lecture: Lost at Sea: Jasper Johns and Hart Crane
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Langdon Hammer, professor at Yale University, draws on his recent book, Hart Crane: Complete Poems and Selected Letters, to highlight the aspects of Crane's life and work that have served as...
Audio Lecture: Lost at Sea: Jasper Johns and Hart Crane
Audio Lecture: Avoid a Polar Situation: Johns, Cage, and O'Hara in the Sixties
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Marjorie Perloff, renowned literary critic and professor of humanities at Stanford University, examines the interrelation between the works of Jasper Johns, poet Frank O'Hara, and composer John Cage.
Audio Lecture: Avoid a Polar Situation: Johns, Cage, and O'Hara in the Sixties
Audio Lecture: Jasper Johns--In the Gray Zone between What Can and Cannot Be Measured
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The exhibition Jasper Johns: Gray examines for the first time this acclaimed and influential artist's use of the color gray in paintings, sculptures, prints, and drawings from 1955 to the...
Audio Lecture: Jasper Johns--In the Gray Zone between What Can and Cannot Be Measured
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