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Exhibition March 15 − June 7
Natural Forces: Winslow Homer and Frederick Remington
Exhibition "Natural forces"will reveal the links between artistic themes and the methods used by renowned American artists Winslow Homer (1836-1910) and Frederick Remington (1861-1909) through 60 works of art.

Born in generations from each other, both artists succeeded in capturing the most essential American spirit with the help of works of art at the turn of the 19th and early 20th centuries, the era of growing industrialization and ideas about the closure of the American western border. Homer, who was considered the most original artist of his time, flourished, creating masterpieces of the East Coast, and Remington became famous for his iconic images of the American West. The work of these two self-taught artists is still celebrated as innovative and independent.
1900, 76.4×122.2 cm
1886, 75.9×120.9 cm
1903, 53×61.9×19.1 cm
All artworks at the exhibition