Homericana Film Series: Winslow Homer: Society and Solitude

    Mon, Aug 19, 2013

    Times: 3:00 pm

    Venue: The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute

    225 South Street, Williamstown, MA 01267

    Contact:

    Sally Majewski

    smajewski@clarkart.edu

    413-458-0588

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    Winslow Homer: Society and Solitude (2007, 113 min.) is a documentary profile by Steven J. Ross that follows the artist from his work as an illustrator in New York before the Civil War all the way into the new century, when he had become a reclusive painter of the Maine coast. The film is an engaging mix of art reproduction, location filming, and interviews with scholars--including Marc Simpson, curator of the Clark exhibition. "Homericana: Films of the Artist's Times and Places" is a free film series offered by the Clark in conjunction with its Winslow Homer exhibition. Film screenings will be shown Monday afternoons at 3 pm in July and August and will alternate each week between feature films set in Homer's era and an expansive documentary on his life and work.

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