Homer, Bellows, Hopper’ on screen in Columbus

Yoshiko Yap
"Eight Bells" by Winslow Homer

Three grasp artists — Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper and Columbus indigenous George Bellows — captured doing work-course life in late 19th- and early 20th-century The united states. In paintings, drawings and prints, they depicted subway riders, sailors, shipwreck victims, farm women, boxers, billiards players and numerous much more.

These types of day-to-day snapshots are presented in 30 lithographs, etchings and drawings on look at by way of May possibly 26 in the exhibit “Three American Masters” in German Village’s Keny Galleries. The attractive works, as gallery co-owner Tim Keny reported, consider a glance at “American lifestyle on the other aspect of the tracks” from 1884 to 1923.

“All 3 artists ended up really considerably interested in life as lived by the everyday human being,” Keny said. “Bellows would go and be with the (rich Gilded Age) Vanderbilts and then go shell out time at a pool corridor.”

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