1956Winslow Wilson, who was occasionally known by his pseudonym Pico Miran, had a studio in the Bradford Building on Main Street in GloucesterArts and Culture, Location and Setting, Buildings & Architecture, Art

Miran painted in Gloucester and showed his work at the Cape Ann Society of Modern Artists, where his work stood out. Wilson painted in Rockport, taught portraiture, and exhibited at the Rockport Art Association. The work was also exhibited in other traditional and progressive galleries in New York and elsewhere.

Wilson/Miran termed drawing “straight classical naturalism” in a letter to the Gloucester Daily Times. He did not want his work to be viewed as Surrealism, though it was often seen as such.

Gloucester, Enduring. “The Mystery of Pico Miran … Aka Winslow Wilson.” Enduring Gloucester, 25 June 2019, https://enduringgloucester.com/2019/06/25/the-mystery-of-pico-miran-aka-winslow-wilson/.
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