Breezing Up

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The artwork shows the influence of Japanese art through Homer’s use of compositional balance.
Completed in America’s centennial year of 1876, the artwork was considered as a statement about the bright future of the United States.
The painting was a favorite at the National Academy of Design when it was exhibited in 1876. Today, Breezing Up is one of America’s most iconic paintings.

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