1920The Gallery-on-the-Moors show was juried by a panel selected by the art colony and focused on the type of art that would sell to tourists.Arts and Culture, Location and Setting, Tourism, Art

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Despite the Atwoods’ professionalism and the positive notice from outside Gloucester, by 1919, artists whose work was not juried into shows were complaining. The Atwoods gave in to artists’ pressure, hanging on for only three more years. The Gallery had been the center of modernism in Gloucester.

Gallery-on-the-Moors, Magazine of Art, Volume 8, American Federation of Arts, November 1916 - October 1917, New York, p. 20. (©2012 Google, http://books.google.com/books?
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