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The Fox Hunt  1893

by Winslow Homer

"Fox Hunt" was Homer's largest painting to date, and of a size appropriate for the depiction of survival and its casualties. He dramatized the brutal realities of winter on the Maine coast by showing a fox desperately bounding through deep snow in an attempt to flee a flock of half-starved crows. Read more... [PAFA]
38 x 68 1/2 in. (96.5 x 174.0 cm.)
Oil on canvas
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