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Thomas Eakins: The Swimming Hole  wikidata:Q766212 
Artist
creator QS:P170,Q214905
Thomas Eakins: The Swimming Hole
Title
Swimming
Object type painting
Description
Also known as The Swimming Hole and The Swimmers. This painting was painted using the pictures of his art students bathing in the nude (See the gallery below).
Date 1885
date QS:P571,+1885-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium oil on canvas
medium QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q4259259,P518,Q861259
Dimensions Height: 27.6 ″ (70.1 cm); Width: 36.6 ″ (93 cm)
dimensions QS:P2048,27.625U218593;P2049,36.625U218593
institution QS:P195,Q255559
Accession number
Object history
  • : commissioned by Edward Hornor Coates He did not accept the painting and it stayed in possession of the artist.
  • : inherited by Susan Macdowell Eakins, from Thomas Eakins
  • : purchased by Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas, from Susan Macdowell Eakins
  • : purchased by Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, from Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas
Credit line Purchased by the Friends of Art, Fort Worth Art Association, 1925; acquired by the Amon Carter Museum, 1990, from the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth through grants and donations from the Amon G. Carter Foundation, the Sid W. Richardson Foundation, the Anne Burnett and Charles Tandy Foundation, Capital Cities/ABC Foundation, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The R. D. and Joan Dale Hubbard Foundation and the people of Fort Worth
References Amon Carter Museum: Website Webpage Picture
Source/Photographer 1. whitmanarchive.org
2. Scanned from Bolger, Doreen; Cash, Sarah; et al. Thomas Eakins and the Swimming Picture. Amon Carter Museum, 1996. ISBN 0-88360-085-4
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current15:36, 25 August 2011Thumbnail for version as of 15:36, 25 August 20112,500 × 1,897 (2.95 MB)Quibik (talk | contribs)Removed halftone patterns using gaussian blur and spectral filtering (FFT). Scaled down to a more realistic size. (The colors were quite distorted by the median filter in the previous version.)
03:29, 27 July 2009Thumbnail for version as of 03:29, 27 July 20099,071 × 6,875 (8.91 MB)Raul654 (talk | contribs)Replace existing file with median averaged filtered one.
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02:40, 23 April 2005Thumbnail for version as of 02:40, 23 April 2005784 × 585 (77 KB)Burn~commonswiki (talk | contribs)''Swimming hole'' (1885) ,Thomas Eakins(1844-1916) {{PD}} taken from http://www.whitmanarchive.org/archive1/classroom/student_projects/brian/swimmers.html
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