Title

Maine islands, particularly Monhegan, have been sanctuaries for artists since th

Source

Island Journal

Date

1993

Volume Number

Volume 10

Pages

72

Abstract

Maine islands, particularly Monhegan, have been sanctuaries for artists since the nineteenth century. Because of its attraction to New York artists, strong naturalist, abstract, and expressionist strains have run through the realism made famous by Rockwell Kent. Detailed article profiles current Monhegan, Cranberry, and Vinalhaven island artists including the late Reuben Tam, Bill Manning, Marguerite Robichaux, David Little, Robert LaHotan, William Kienbush, Emily Nelligan, Robert Indiana, and Larry Hayden. Eleven color plates.

Subjects

Artists, Women artists

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