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Kelly’s Corner 126 - White line print.

Kelly’s Corner 126 - White line print.
Jan Kelly writes a weekly column for Provincetown Magazine. The white line print was developed in Provincetown in1915. As WWI was breaking out in Europe, many American artists studying there returned home and many gravitated towards Provincetown. Within the large group which migrated to the tip of the Cape, a small group of six-five women and one man-pioneered developed and realized the Provincetown white line print. They lived around Bangs Street and did much of their work in the vicinity of the Art Association.
Provincetown Magazine and Provincetown Print (White-line woodblock print)

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