Clark Art Has New Winslow Homer

This is a 1878 portrait of 9-year-old Charles Prentice Howland by Winslow Homer, a Homer that has never been publicly exhibited before. It was donated to the Clark Art Institute by Howland's granddaughter and is on the walls now at the Williamstown, Mass., museum.
The Clark is at 225 South St. Gallery hours are Tuesday to Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

( Winslow Homer, Charles Prentice Howland (1878). Oil on canvas. Clark Art Institute. Gift of Susan Montgomery Howell in Memory of Esther Howland Montgomery and Henry and David Howland / November 20, 2014 )

This is a 1878 portrait of 9-year-old Charles Prentice Howland by Winslow Homer, a Homer that has never been publicly exhibited before. It was donated to the Clark Art Institute by Howland's granddaughter and is on the walls now at the Williamstown, Mass., museum. The Clark is at 225 South St. Gallery hours are Tuesday to Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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