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The Dinner Horn. The painting by Winslow Homer
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The Dinner Horn

Winslow Homer painted The Dinner Horn during the year 1870. This painting was one of the first where the artist portrayed a young woman trumpeting, as well as marking the beginning of a production exploring themes of the rural life and farming subjects. The title of this artwork was originally Blowing the Horn at Seaside when it was exhibited in 1871. During this period, most of Homer’s work was bright, sunny, and optimistic.

During the 1870s, Homer explored rural subjects in his work, influenced by the Realist movement. The artist wanted to portray contemporary and simple themes, like children playing, young adults courting, women enjoying leisure, and people going about their business on the farm. The Dinner Horn shows a typical scene, where a woman blows on a horn at dinner time to call the workers out in the field. Homer was able to depict modern themes traditionally and technically – possibly because of his past as a commercial illustrator.

Homer represents this scene with great detail. The forefront shows an earthy brown, ochre, and orange path that leads to an endless field of green grass. The woman stands with one hand holding the trumpet to her mouth and the other on her hip. Her blond hair is pulled back, and the wind blows on her long white skirt. Like in many of Homer’s paintings, the protagonist’s face cannot be seen, opening the artwork for interpretation.

A part of the wooden house can be seen to her left, and there are some flower pots on the ground with vegetation that grows up the walls. There is also a metal jug drying upside down, painted with great precision. The field in the background is lower, suggesting that the house is on top of a hill. There are many tall trees filled with green and ochre leaves. In the distance, some cattle and horses can be seen, as well as a large pile of hay. Homer created an alternate version of this painting in woodcut print. The print shows the woman in the same position but with a slightly different composition, with the house taking up more area of the paper and adding an entrance. This graphic version also has some other details like a cat rubbing up against the doorway and checkered details in her clothing.

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The Dinner Horn Winslow Homer

Item Number: 21634241 show sizes in cm
Painting Price: $350.99
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