Winslow Homer was the most beloved artist of the 1800's. He got
his start as a war correspondent for Harper's Weekly. This section
is dedicated to original Winslow Homer prints.
Winslow Homer- The Surgeon
is one of the most collected of all Civil War Winslow Homer
print. The print is captioned, "The Surgeon at Work at the Rear
During an Engagement". The leaf was printed in 1862, and shows
a surgeon on the battlefield operating on a wounded soldier. Injured
and dying soldiers can be seen being brought to the surgeon. In the
background, an ambulance carriage is bringing more wounded. The
injured are being brought from all directions on stretchers. This is a
spectacular, and highly collectible print, and captures the hectic scene
of a Civil War "hospital". The print is 16x11.
Winslow Homer- A Bayonet
This is a
very famous Winslow Homer illustration printed in 1862. The print is dramatic,
and full of action, showing a graphic, eye-witness account of a bayonet
charge. The print is captioned, "The War for the Union, 1862- A
Bayonet Charge". This print shows the gory details of hand to
hand combat in the Civil War. There is a lot of important historical
content in this print. This is a centerfold, making it 16x22 in
size, twice as big as most prints.
one of the lesser known Winslow Homer prints. In his early career,
Winslow Homer was employed by Harper's Weekly to create images from
photographs. This is one of his early drawings found in an original
1861 Harper's Weekly. Below the print is an obituary and biography of Dr.
Murray. This is an excellent opportunity to own an original Homer at
an affordable price. Great opportunity to buy this print to start or
finish your Winslow Homer Collection. Print is 11x16.
Wilson and Colonel Ellsworth
is the front cover of an original 1861 Harper's Weekly, which includes a
Winslow Homer drawing of Colonel Wilson from a photograph by Mathew
Brady. Above this Winslow Homer illustration is an impressive story
on Colonel Wilson, commander of the famous "Wilson's Fighting
Brigade". Story includes famous quote from Wilson as he was
raising his brigade, "Boys, you want to come with me eh?, Well if you
do three fourths of you will be in your grave in three weeks!"
The leaf also includes a portrait of Colonel Ellsworth, of the Fire
Zouaves. Below his portrait is an interesting bio on him. The
print is in excellent condition, and is 11x16.
is an original 1861 Winslow Homer print captioned, "The Seventy-Ninth
Regiment (Highlanders) New York State Militia." The print shows a
group of soldiers marching down the street in traditional Kilts.
Homer's trademark signature can be seen printed in the lower right
corner. The print is in excellent condition, and is a great
illustration of this famous unit. Print is 11x16.
is a dramatic and highly collectible 1861 Winslow Homer print from
Harper's Weekly. It is a front page illustration, and shows the Seceding
Mississippi Delegation in Congress. Featured on the top and center
is none-other-than US Senator, and soon to be Confederate President,
Jefferson Davis. The drawing was done by Winslow Homer from a
photograph taken by Mathew Brady. This is a historically important
print, in that the secession of the Southern states represented the start
of the Civil War. The print is in excellent condition, and contains
Homer's famous signature printed in the lower left of the drawing. Print
Winslow Homer- Thanksgiving
This is a
famous and highly collected Winslow Homer Civil War print. The leaf is
captioned, "Thanksgiving in Camp", and Homer's famous signature
can be seen in the lower right corner of the print. The image shows
Union soldiers enjoying Thanksgiving day. The print is rich with
historical details, and you can spend hours studying all the interesting
content. The print has the unmistakable Homer style that made him
the most popular artist of the 1800's. Print is 11x16.