Boston Globe on Cape Ann Museum Fitz Henry Lane

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The wonderful Cape Ann Museum exhibition Drawn from Nature & on Stone: The Lithographs of Fitz Henry Lane was in the news two more times this week: reviewed by Cate McQuid in the Boston Globe, and Rick Russack in Antiques and Arts Weekly.

Click the link to read the Boston Globe article:  “Honoring an artistic native son in Gloucester” by Cate McQuaid 

Click the link to read the Antiques and Arts Weekly article: Drawn From Nature & On Stone: The Lithographs of Fitz Henry Lane

This comprehensive exhibition focusing on Fitz Henry Lane (1804-1865) as a printmaker runs through March 2018. Georgia Barnhill, Andrew W. Mellon Curator of Graphic Arts Emerita at the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, MA, served as guest curator and worked closely with the Museum to organize this special show.

Barnhill will be giving another curator gallery talk Saturday, December 2, 9:30AM.

More photos from the exhibition

#GloucesterMA on WGBH TV & Morning Edition radio: Jared Bowen Open Studio covers Cape Ann Museum Fitz Henry Lane exhibition

In case you missed the tv and radio coverage:

The Cape Ann Museum was featured on the WGBH TV program, Open Studio with Jared Bowen on November 10 and 11. Bowen interviewed Cape Ann Museum staff Martha Oaks and Georgia Barnhill about the fabulous new Fitz Henry Lane exhibition.  “They also toured the Lane House, so there are some good outside shots of Gloucester!”  Click the picture below or follow the link.

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WGBH Open Studio with Jared Bowen espisode 2162 aired Nov 10th and 11th 

VIDEO LINK FOR THE WGBH REPORT timestamp 1:08- 5:18min

Bowen was interviewed on WGBH radio Morning Edition, and high lighted this special Lane exhibition (begins at the 4:47 mark)

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The Cape Ann Museum Drawn From Nature and Stone: Lithographs of Fitz Henry Lane exhibition opened October 4th and will continue through March 4, 2018. Cape Ann Museum is located at 27 Pleasant Street in Gloucester, MA. Look for special programming inspired by the exhibition. Next up: Emerald Rae concert at the Cape Ann Museum
Saturday, November 25 at 3:00 p.m
a concert inspired by Fitz Henry Lane’s Sheet Music covers

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Exhibition Sponsors include John Rando| Jerry and Margaretta Hausman  |  Linzee and Beth Coolidge  |  Jay Last | J.J. and Jackie Bell  |  Bill and Anne Kneisel  |  Arthur Ryan | International Fine Print Dealers Association  |  American Historical Print Collectors Society, Inc. | Beauport Hospitality Group

Georgia Barnhill curator’s talk “What Makes Fitz Henry Lane’s Lithographs So Special?”

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20170929_162640Curator’s talk at the Cape Ann Museum SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18, 2pm

RESERVE YOUR TICKETS $10 for members ($20 for non members includes museum admission)

read about the talk from the Cape Ann Museum press release:

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