Provincetown Impressionist
Masters of the 20th Century


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Henry Hensche - Autumn, Provincetown 16 by 20 $15,000 Close-up
Henry Hensche - Autumn, Provincetown 16 by 20 $15,000 Close-up
Henry Hensche - Still Life with Shell 20 by 24 price on request
Bruce McKain - Virgin Snow 25 by 30 $15,000 Close-up
Henry Hensche - Spring Landscape (unsigned) 12 by 16 price on request
Henry Hensche - Fall Landscape 16 by 20 price on request
Henry Hensche - Cloudy Day Landscape 12 by 16 price on request
Henry Hensche - Block Study (signed)16 by 20 $6,000
Edith Catlin Phelps (1879-1961) - The Loge 30 by 40 $25,000 Close-up
Charles Webster Hawthorne (1878-1930) - Lady with a Basket of Roses 32 by 44 price on request Close-up
Frederick Judd Waugh (1865-1940) - Breaking Waves 16 by 20 $18,000 Close-up
Nancy Fergurson (1872-1969) - The Two Towers (Provincetown, Bradford Street circa 1925) We can only assume she means the government building and the church building in the scene -the church is no longer there. Ferguson was a student of Hawthorne and a member of the Philadelphia Ten. 11 by 14 $7,500 Close-up
Charles Webster Hawthorne - The Mother 40 by 42 price on request Close-up
Henry Hensche - Fall Landscape 18 by 20 price on request Close-up
Tod Lindenmuth (1885-1976) - Harbor Craft 12 by 16 $4,500 Close-up
Ross Moffett - Cape Barn 16 by 20 $12,000 Close-up
Ross Moffett - Provincetown Dunes 16 by 20 sold Close-up
Ross Moffett - Unloading the Catch 16 by 20 $18,000 Close-up
Tod Lindenmuth - Lifting Fog 20 by 24 $15,000 Close-up
Tod Lindenmuth - Provincetown Street 17 by 14 $4,500 Close-up
Tod Lindenmuth - Seafarers 22 by 28 $18,000 Close-up
Gerrit Beneker - Lost 8 by 11 $4,500
Henry Hensche - Still Life with Daisies 20 by 24 $18,000 Close-up
Tod Lindenmuth - Provincetown Dunes 17 by 14 $4,500 Close-up
Tod Lindenmuth - Lobsterman 10 by 12 $3,500 Close-up
Tod Lindenmuth - The Dune in Fall 28 by 34 $25,000 Close-up
Henry Hensche - Still with Copper Pot 20 by 24
Henry Hensche - Studio Stove 20 by 24 $15,000 Close-up

The Boston Globe wrote in 1916...

 

Biggest Art Colony in the World at Provincetown

" A little world of its own - distinct in nearly every way from the real and historic Provincetown, but vitalizing in an artistic way all that the old town stands for, and all that is has stood for since the first Pilgrim landed here, in 1620, and the compact for freedom and independence was signed in the cabin of the Mayflower in this harbor."

..."The sun doesn't always shine in Provincetown, however. There are stomy days, and gray days, and drab days, but these are also interesting to the painters"... "These is a distinctive quality in the light of the place at all times, so that nearly every phase of the weather has a particular color charm for the painter. "
By A.J. PHILPOTT


Biggest Art Colony at Provincetown