Arthur Egeli Gallery
382 Commercial Street, Provincetown
508-487-0044, 626-695-0551
Open 12-4pm & 7-10pm |
In 1899 when Charles Hawthorne founded the Provincetown art colony with his Cape Cod School of Art, a new brand of American Impressionism was born | Painters have sought ever since to capture the town’s unique light & subject matter | Egeli Gallery represents old Provincetown masters: Hawthorne, Whorf, Moffett and leading painters writing their names in art history: John Clayton, Steve Griffin, Cedric, Joanette, Lisa & Arthur Egeli, Margaret McWethy, Kirk McBride, Ignat Gnatov, Eric Merrell, & Jerome Greene