1954Artist Gordon Goetemann first came to Gloucester to study at Umberto Romano’s summer school.Arts and Culture, Art

Gordon Goetemann, Bass Rocks – White Rock, 2013, Oil on canvas, Cape Ann Museum, Museum Purchase, 2015, purchase made possible with funds from the Kanter Kallman Foundation.
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Goetemann saw his roots in Northern Europe and thought about the role of nature in spiritual and aesthetic development. Goetemann’s work was considered expressionistic, ranging from realism-based to abstract, and focusing primarily on the landscape.

Goetemann and his wife Judy maintained art studios on Rocky Neck and established the Goetemann Residency, which allowed emerging artists to work and live on Rocky Neck.

Gordon G. Goetemann Obituary. https://www.tributearchive.com/obituaries/2259502/Gordon-G-Goetemann. “Available Artwork.” Goetemann Gallery, https://www.goetemanngallery.org/gordon-s-artwork.
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