1900sArt colonies proliferated on the United States’ east coast, including Cape Ann.Arts and Culture, Art

“Buhler’s studio on Rocky Neck,” 1908. Courtesy of Cape Ann Museum Library & Archives, Photo 22124
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Visual art was now ready to take off on Cape Ann, and, like everyone, artists wanted to leave crowded cities in hot summers and increasingly began to visit regularly.

Quinn, Karen & Peters, Lisa N., Painters of Cape Ann, 1840-1940: One Hundred Years in Gloucester and Rockport. New York: Spanierman Gallery, 1996.
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