1930Artist Helen Stein (1888-1965), who had often visited Gloucester, moved to Marble Road in East Gloucester permanently in 1930.Arts and Culture, Art

Helen Stein, Untitled (Still Life), Undated, Oil on paper, Cape Ann Museum, Gift of Warren Rhodes, 2004, https://www.capeannmuseum.org/collections/objects/untitled-still-life/
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Stein spent less time in New York and more in Gloucester when Hans Hoffmann, Adolf Gottlieb, Mark Rothko, Barnett Newman, and Milton Avery were here. She often painted with Marsden Hartley, her close friend, and married Ernest Thurn, a former Hans Hofmann student, and his Gloucester host. She and Thurn continued to live in Gloucester and New York for most of their lives.

James Lyons Fine Art, Orleans, MA: http://www.jameslyonsfineart.com/Stein_Helen/Stein_cigarette.html “Works by Helen Stein.” Cape Ann Museum, https://www.capeannmuseum.org/collections/artists/helen-stein/.
Gloucester Daily Times. “East Gloucester.” March 6, 1934, No. 69 Vol. 14564 edition. https://sawyer.advantage-preservation.com/.
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