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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More about Breezing Up
Breezing Up depicts a fisherman and three boys on a catboat called the Gloucester under a fair wind. At the bottom of the boat, we see their catch for the day. The boys seem relaxed while they lean on one side to balance the boat. The painting was based from an earlier watercolor sketch done by Homer. The painting is currently at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C.

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