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Boat Builders by Winslow Homer

 

The Boat Builders by Winslow Homer (1836-1910), was painted in 1873 and is currently on display at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.  It is oil on panel and measures a tiny 6 x 10-1/4 inches. 

My indexing experience includes books for young people including books dealing with bullying, slavery, children's in the labor movement, horse-backing riding librarians, and explorers in Madgascar. I also have worked on numerous books on education and have indexed many travel booksSocial sciences indexes include books on  planning, economics, urban design, anthropology, and government.

I hold a doctorate in public health/environmental toxicology and, for my dissertation, studied styrene exposure in boat builders in Rockport, Maine.  Rockport is close to where Winslow Homer lived and worked for many years. I spent many years as a consultant researching health effects in seals from PCB exposure in the coastal waters of the Gulf of Maine.

 

 

 Other sites about Winslow Homer:
Artcyclopedia-Homer's biography
Artcyclopedia-List of Homer's work and other links

 


 

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 Diane Brenner Indexing Services, P.O. Box 206, Worthington, MA 01098 (413) 238-5593
dbrenner@dianebrenner.com