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File:The Blue Boat 1892 Winslow Homer.jpg


Title The Blue Boat
Date 1892
Medium watercolor over pencil on paper
Dimensions 38.6 × 54.6 cm (15.2 × 21.5 in)
not on view
Accession number 26.764
Object history With Doll & Richards , Boston, 1892; Francis Shaw, Boston; William Sturgis Bigelow, Boston, by whom given to MFA by bequest 1926
Credit line William Sturgis Bigelow Collection
References Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Source/Photographer The Athenaeum: Home - info - pic


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