An article by art critic and writer Edgar Allen Beem on guiding 22 travelers fro
An article by art critic and writer Edgar Allen Beem on guiding 22 travelers from Oregon on a four-day, Maine Line-bus art tour of the Maine coast. The tourists saw a lot of art, but were most struck by the people: Doris Homer, who showed them Winslow Homer's studio at Prouts Neck; Dudley Rockwell, Andrew Wyeth's brother-in-law, who showed them the Olson House in Cushing, which Wyeth immortalized; and Vinalhaven artists, Charlie Hewitt, Tom Lieber, Robert Indiana, John Wulp, and others, who rallied on a rainy day to welcome the group to the island and show them its art life.
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Beem, Edgar Allen, "An article by art critic and writer Edgar Allen Beem on guiding 22 travelers fro" (1996). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 1832.
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