What does that even mean? I'm not a classics scholar so that is out as a blog option. There are a few other ways I could write about this though, so without further ado, here's what Homer depictions are to me. Feel free to add your own interpretation. Even an interpretive dance would probably work.
Maybe the Homer in question is the Greek epic poet credited with the Iliad and the Odyssey. If that's the case, here is a depiction of him from outside the Bavarian State Library in Munich.
If they meant a depiction of something written by Homer, here is my old pal Sean Bean as Odysseus in the movie Troy, which is based on the Iliad. Such a cheeky lad.
One of my favorite Homers is Homer Price, a young boy from a series of books by Robert McCloskey, the author and illustrator of Make Way for Ducklings and Blueberries for Sal. The illustration below is from Centerberg Tales and Homer is the kid at the top of the book pile.
How about a depiction of another Homer, one of Homer Simpson on the cover of the Rolling Stone?
Or an artwork by a guy named Homer? My favorite Winslow Homer painting is Breezing Up in my icon. The Herring Net is another one I like. We had a reproduction of it on our wall at home when I was a kid.
Lastly, because baseball season is winding down, here is a depiction of a homer being hit by the Sultan of Swat, Babe Ruth. As I was raised by a Red Sox fan, this is the only time I will feature a Yankee in this journal. Go Tigers.
Hope your day is a good one and you get a homer too.
Caps from wikipedia, blogspot, the original Winslow Homer painting is in the Art Institute of Chicago, the Babe Ruth is an AP photo, and Odysseus is from Home of the Nutty.