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Window on the Marsh celebrates paintings, photographs capturing Great Marsh’s distinct beauty

Presented by Cape Ann Museum at Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester MA

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Window on the Marsh celebrates paintings, photographs capturing Great Marsh’s distinct beauty

Stretching across 25,000 acres of vast salt marsh, barrier beaches, and tidal rivers on Massachusetts’ North Shore is the Great Marsh, a natural wonder that has captivated many artists over the years.

Stretching across 25,000 acres of vast salt marsh, barrier beaches, and tidal rivers on Massachusetts’ North Shore is the Great Marsh, a natural wonder that has captivated many artists over the years. Window on the Marsh is a new exhibition at the Cape Ann Museum that features two works of the marsh by each of the renowned painters Martin Johnson Heade and Fitz Henry Lane is accompanied by four photographs by the turn of the century artist, Martha Hale Harvey. The show opens March 19 and runs

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ADMISSION INFO

Adults: $12, Cape Ann Residents

Seniors and Students: $10

Museum members and youth (18 and under): FREE

Cape Ann residents are admitted free on the second Saturday of the month

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LOCATION

Cape Ann Museum

27 Pleasant Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Info regarding how this event is being affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.:

Due to increasing Covid-19 cases, proof of vaccination is required for visitors 12+, ID required for visitors 18+ beginning January 13, 2022.

COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details

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Dates and Times

Sun, Jun 26, 2022

1:00 pm at Cape Ann Museum

Tue, Jun 28, 2022

10:00 am at Cape Ann Museum

Wed, Jun 29, 2022

10:00 am at Cape Ann Museum

Thu, Jun 30, 2022

10:00 am at Cape Ann Museum

Fri, Jul 1, 2022

10:00 am at Cape Ann Museum

FEATURED EVENTS

A glass slipper in front a blue background. Gold sparkles fly in an arc over the shoe. Above the shoe, white text reads,