Snap the Whip - Winslow Homer - Available Framed
Snap the Whip – by Winslow Homer
This piece is printed on high quality Museum Giclee Canvas and is offered framed or unframed,
All sizes are available unframed
Framed canvas is only available in the following sizes :
8”x 12”, 12”x 18”, 16”x 24”, and 24”x 36”
Choose from 3 Frame Styles.
Antique Gold 2”, Solid Wood
Black Cove 2.75”, Laminate
Brushed Mahogany & Gold 2.5”, Solid Wood
Please note that framed artwork can take up to one week to ship due to our production time. If you have any question or concerns, feel free to reach out to us to discuss them.
In the years after America’s brutal Civil War (1861 – 1865), children became a popular artistic subject as they embodied innocence and the promise of the country’s future. “Snap the Whip”, one of Homer’s most beloved works, evoked feelings of nostalgia as America’s agricultural communities started to fade away as the population began shifting to cities. The little red schoolhouse begins to fade in the distance…
The playful pioneer nature of this beautiful masterpiece reminds us of the early pioneer days when children found entertainment with each other and the long days of summer exhausting from being outdoors.
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