Drawing, "Fisherman in the Adirondacks", 1895 Brush and black, gray wash, white gouache, charcoal on gray-green wove paper. Gift of Charles Savage Homer, Jr.. 1912-12-89.
What is this?
Horizontal view of a fisherman standing on a fallen tree trunk and casting his rod into a river or lake in the foreground, a dense forest of fir trees fills the middleground at the far side of the water's bank, and a view of white clouds and distant mountains fills the background.
This object has been included in the following exhibitions:
- The Cooper-Hewitt Collections: A Design Resource, Tuesday, March 26, 1991 - Sunday, August 30, 1992