This oil painting was introduced by "Winslow Homer". The completion of this painting happened in the year 1876 after which the painting was first exhibited at the National Academy of design, then at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. Currently Breezing Up is considered an iconic American painting. The painting depicts a man and three boys inside the boat and their catch. This was considered to be the most benevolent sea pictures of Winslow Homer. In his earlier days, Winslow Homer worked in watercolor

Breezing up  


The painting depicts that the boaters are relaxed and calm despite the choppy waves. On the whole, the painting conveys positivity of the boaters.