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Situated at the northernmost tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown has long harboured a resident population of artists who were first attracted to the fishing village by its extraordinary elemental light. This former studio was built by seascape painter Frederick Judd Waugh and was later used by Hans Hofmann, a key figure in abstract expressionism and one of the most prominent characters of post-war American

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