1890-1919Artist Childe Hassam (1859-1935) summered several times in Gloucester.Arts and Culture, Art

James W. Porter, Childe Hassam, 1913, Silver print mounted on board, National Gallery of Art, https://library.nga.gov/permalink/01NGA_INST/1p5jkvq/alma991684803804896
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Hassam visited first in the 1880s. By his return, he had transformed his Impressionist style from French to American.

Ulrich Hiesinger, Childe Hassam: Lockman Interview Feb. 3, 1927. Dewitt Lockman papers, interviews with Childe Hassam Jan. 25, 31, Feb. 2, 3, 1927, New York Historical Society.
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