July through October is your chance to see the American artist Edward Hopper’s early works painted on number of visits to Cape Ann at the start of his fame. Learn more...
During Gloucester’s anniversary year, we’re highlighting some historical items from our collection.
ON VIEW @ CAM GREEN
100 Voices, Our Collective Story is an immersive public artwork of light and sound by Harbor Voices - Find out more...
Today at the Museum
Fitz Henry Lane Online
Discover Fitz Henry Lane Online—a freely-accessible interactive and interdisciplinary online resource created by the Cape Ann Museum. The website is organized around a catalog of the paintings, drawings, and lithographs of nineteenth-century American painter Fitz Henry Lane (1804–1865).
The Cape Ann Museum owns and maintains four unique historic properties, providing visitors with unique and thought-provoking points of entry into the social and economic history of this region over the past 400 years. Three of these buildings form part of the Cape Ann Museum Green and are integral to the Museum's new contemporary art initiatives.
Several artists have captured the unique character of houses on Cape Ann, including painter Edward Hopper and photographers Corliss & Ryan of the past, and painter Jeff Weaver, photographer Gail Albert Halaban, and young students of the present.... continue reading