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    In 1907, the impressionist painter Charles Webster Hawthorne built a barn atop a sandy bluff in Provincetown, Massachusetts. He called it the Cap… Read More
    In 1907, the impressionist painter Charles Webster Hawthorne built a barn atop a sandy bluff in Provincetown, Massachusetts. He called it the Cape Cod School of Art. A century later its being repurposed and transformed into an artist residency known as 20 Summers. Read Less
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Twenty Summers
In 1907, the impressionist painter Charles Webster Hawthorne built a barn atop a sandy bluff in Provincetown, Massachusetts. He called it the Cape Cod School of Art.

A century later its being repurposed and transformed into an artist residency known as 20 Summers.