1915Artist Helen Stuart Foulke Davis spent the summer on Cape Ann with her sons, painter Stuart Davis and photographer Wyatt Davis.People and Communities, Arts and Culture, Notable People, Art

Stuart Davis, Sketchbook 3-3, Drawing for “Black Roofs” and “Dock, Still Life”, Ink on paper, Cape Ann Museum, Gift of Earl Davis, 2001, https://www.capeannmuseum.org/collections/objects/sketchbook-3-3-black-roofs-dock-still-life/
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The family was invited by the artist John Sloan who brought several prominent artists to Gloucester around this time.

Stuart Davis spent many summers on Cape Ann until 1934. Like Sloan, who had been his editor at The Masses, Philadelphia-born Davis was deeply affected by the Armory Show and influenced by Cubism. He went to Gloucester specifically to be with Sloan and returned almost every summer until World War II. Davis combined European and American influences in his art and was one of the most influential American artists of the first half of the twentieth century.

“Works by Stuart Davis.” Cape Ann Museum, https://www.capeannmuseum.org/collections/artists/stuart-davis/. Baigell, Matthew, A History of American Art, Praeger Publishers, Inc., New York, 1971, Crews, Britt, The Red Cottage, Cape Ann Historical Association, Gloucester, MA, 1992 Spanierman Gallery. Painters of Cape Ann, 1840-1940 : One Hundred Years in Gloucester and Rockport : [Exhibition] April 13 to June 22. Spanierman Gallery, 1996.
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