Haymakers (1867) - Winslow Homer - Canvas Print

Size: 10"x8" (25x20cm)
Sale price£19.99
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Haymakers (1867) is a painting by American artist Winslow Homer. It depicts a group of farmers taking a break from harvesting hay during a hot summer day. The painting showcases the rural lifestyle and the physical labor involved in agriculture. The focus is on the interaction between the figures, who are resting, drinking water, and engaging in conversation. The scene is set against a vast landscape with rolling hills and a blue sky, emphasizing the beauty of the natural surroundings. Homer's use of vibrant colors and detailed brushstrokes brings alive the sense of heat and exhaustion experienced by the haymakers. Overall, Haymakers is a masterpiece that captures the essence of rural life in the 19th century.

Haymakers (1867) - Winslow Homer - Canvas Print

  • Premium Quality: Hand stretched over a 38mm pine gallery frame with premium 330gsm cotton canvas.
  • Advanced Finish: Lacquered with satin varnish for UV protection, ensuring vibrant and lasting color.
  • Archival Grade Inks: Printed with archival-grade inks to resist fading, maintaining the artwork's beauty for years.
  • Ready to Hang: Each canvas comes ready to hang right out the box, making installation effortless.
  • Perfect for Any Space: Ideal for homes, offices, or as a gift, our prints add a touch of elegance to any room.

Available Sizes: 10"x8" (25x20cm), 18"x14" (45x35cm), 26"x20" (66x50cm), 28"x22" (71x55cm)


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