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Take a Look at Winslow Homer’s Maine Studio, Which Opens to Public in September

Homer's studio. (Courtesy Portland Museum of Art)

In the final decades of his life, American artist Winslow Homer lived in a cabin without electricity or central heating off the rocky coast of Maine. Now the artist’s home and cabin in Prouts Neck, purchased by the Portland Museum of Art in 2006, is getting prepped for a public opening on Sept. 25. In honor of the opening, Architectural Digest takes a look at the cabin. It also presents a nifty slide show that opens with an image of the very dapper Homer. Though he lived with no electricity, he apparently had dozens of Brooks Brothers suits. Read More