1922Artist Frederick J. Mulhaupt (1871-1938) settled in Gloucester year-round.Arts and Culture, Art

Frederick J. Mulhaupt, An East Gloucester Wharf, 1926, Oil on canvas, Cape Ann Museum, Gift of Mr. Harold N. Pike, 1991, https://www.capeannmuseum.org/collections/objects/an-east-gloucester-wharf/
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Mulhaupt and his wife settled first on Main Street, and then in 1932 on Rocky Neck. Known for his paintings of the working harbor and his teaching, Mulhaupt was called the “Dean of the Cape Ann School.” He remained in the New York scene as well, exhibiting in major museums and becoming an Associate Member of the National Academy of Design in 1926.

Curtis, Judith, Rocky Neck Art Colony: 1850-1950, Gloucester, Massachusetts, Rocky Neck Art Colony, Gloucester, MA,
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