"Anything For Me, If You Please?"--Post-Office Of The Brooklyn Fair In Aid Of The Sanitary Commission. Winslow HOMER.

"Anything For Me, If You Please?"--Post-Office Of The Brooklyn Fair In Aid Of The Sanitary Commission

New York: Harper's Weekly, 1864. unbound. Woodcut on paper. From the March 5, 1864 issue of Harper's Weekly. Image measures 15.75" x 11 1/8" very good.

Homer's name is on one of the pieces of mail. Winslow Homer, born in 1836 in Massachusetts, was a consummate American artist of his day. His contemporary scenes were from all strata of life. He worked until his death in 1910. Overall toning, minor chipping to right edge and corner. Other Harper's Weekly Homer prints are available upon request. We have a vast collection, sorted alphabetically.

Price: $175.00

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