Two Guides
Title: Two Guides
Medium:Oil on canvas
Dimensions:61.6 x 97.2 cm
Inscription:Signed and dated lower left: Winslow Homer/187[?]
Credit Line:Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts

[Reichard & Co., New York, 1890]; Thomas B. Clarke, New York (by 1891–99, his sale, American Art Association, 14–18 Feb. 1899, no. 360); Chauncy J. Blair, Chicago (from 1899); Mary Mitchell Blair, Chicago, his wife (by 1915); [Scott & Fowles, N

Exhibitions to 1910:

National Academy of Design, New York, 53rd Annual Exhibition, 1 Apr.–end of May 1878, no. 135; Union League Club, New York, American Pictures by American Figure Painters, Feb. 1890, no. 2 (as The Guides); Gustav Reichard Gallery, New York, Mar. 1890; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Collection of Thomas B. Clarke, 15 Oct.–28 Nov. 1891, no. 84; National Academy of Design, New York, Loan Exhibition: New York—Columbian Celebration, Oct. 1892, no. 86; World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Fine Arts Exhibition, 1 May–31 Oct. 1893, no. 572; Union League Club, New York, The Paintings of Two Americans—George Inness and Winslow Homer, 10–12 March 1898, no. 26; Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Loan Exhibition of Oil Paintings by Winslow Homer, May–June 1908, no. 158

Keywords: Adirondacks, men, mountains, paintings, work
Related materials: Clark Diary Entry, Commentary
Accession Number:1955.3