Freer Gallery of Art
Jefferson Drive and 12th Street, SW
Ground Floor Floor Plan
Museum founder Charles Lang Freer considered renowned painter Winslow Homer to be one of his "miscellaneous Americans," a term Freer used for a group of artists whose works he admired but did not collect in great numbers. On view are three technically innovative watercolors and the monumental oil painting Early Evening, -- painted in 1881 in Cullercoats, England, and reworked in 1907 in his studio in Prouts Neck, Maine.