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Image of Winslow Homer's 1887 painting For to Be a Farmer's Boy.

Winslow Homer's (1836-1910) "For to Be a Farmer's Boy" (1887) (Gift of Mrs. George T. Langhorne in memory of Edward Carson Waller, AIC 1963.760). This image had long puzzled scholars due to the seemingly unfinished and flat sky in a highly finished work.

Credit: The Art Institute of Chicago


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Image showing laboratory replicas of watercolor brushstrokes before and after fading in sunlight.

Laboratory replicas of watercolor brushstrokes containing cochineal (Carmine Naccarat) and madder lakes before (below) and after (above) fading for 20 months in a sun-exposed window.

Credit: Kristi Dahm, The Art Institute of Chicago


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Depictions of nanostructured surfaces for SERS made of gold (Au) L trimer nanoantennas.

Depictions of nanostructured surfaces for SERS made of gold (Au) L trimer nanoantennas (enhancement factor (EF) around 1.7 x 108).

Credit: Nilam Shah, Van Duyne Group, Northwestern University


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Digital re-creation of For to Be a Farmer's Boy showing sunset before fading, matched to original.

A digital re-creation of Homer's "For to Be a Farmer's Boy," simulating the appearance of the sky at sunset before fading, and matched to the original, faded image.

Credit: Kristi Dahm, Loren McDonald, The Art Institute of Chicago


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