Seamstresses in Fine Art March 11, 2017 Winslow Homer (1821-1896) American Read more HERE Related 9 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” This sepia drawing /painting tells so much and has such depth. The wiki bio is very good! What a rare talent he was. One of the best wiki bios Ive ever read! I wish there was a Pulizer Prize for this weekly series. It is elegant in its simplicity and I have learned so much about the lives of women. Thank you. Love the bio! My aunt and uncle have several paintings of his and I’ve always admired them. But this painting puzzles me: why would two women be sewing while walking along the beach? I don’t usually take time to look at this feature you include in your email but please don’t stop! I will be paying more attention from now on. Thank you so much. Maybe sacks for collecting clams? Never been there or done that so what do I know? Pure speculation. ;P Lori – my quilt guild in New Ben, NC would like to consider you for a future workshop. Do you teach workshops? If so we need your contact information. Please send your information via my email address. Thank you!! Unfortunately I am not scheduling guild lectures. I really appreciate the offer. Comments are closed.