Title

Feature article on Cushing, a quiet peninsular town that stretches along the wes

Source

Down East

Date

8-1-2002

Pages

68-74, 114-118

Abstract

Feature article on Cushing, a quiet peninsular town that stretches along the west bank of the St. George River south of Thomaston. About 8,000 visitors come to Cushing's Hathorn Point each summer to visit the Olson House where Andrew Wyeth painted his 1948 masterpiece, "Christina's World." The town, which is now the fastest growing in Knox County, has a population of about 1,300, including a concentration of noted artists.

Subjects

Cushing

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