Cape Ann Museum


Cape Ann Historical Museum

(above: Cape Ann Museum, photo, © 2004 John Hazeltine)

Gloucester, MA



Jeff Weaver: Gloucester Paintings and Drawings (12/17/07)

The Legacy of Cape Ann: Generations of Artists Drawn to its Shores; article by Judith McCulloch (5/3/06)

Stuart Davis in Gloucester (6/27/99)


The Cape Ann Museum is located at 27 Pleasant Street, Gloucester, MA. America's oldest fishing port. Cape Ann -- which includes the city of Gloucester as well as the towns of Rockport, Manchester and Essex -- has also been a leading center for artists since the 19th century For hours and admission fees please see the Museum's website.

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