A reproduction by Troy Caperton of Thomas Eakins' masterpiece, "The Swimming Hole", 1885. This is the artist's most accomplished portrayal of the male nude and depicts himself and five friends on a creek near Philadelphia. The piece was controversial in those Victorian times and the painting was returned by the commissioner and remained in the artist's possession until his death in 1916. The original is in the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas.
December 8th, 2013
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