Most people think that watercolor is an elegant but sim- ple painting medium. However, the only thing easy about paint- ing with watercolors is cleaning them up. It is truly one of the most difficult means of realistic expression. Some of the few to succeed in this subtle and beautiful medium happened to be Americans. Join us for a look at the work of some great American watercolorists including John James Audubon, Winslow Homer, and John Singer Sargent. 


White Ships by John Singer Sargent