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In Provincetown show, a look at cherished studios

Robert Motherwell Artist Robert Motherwell's former studio (left) and an inside look at his workplace. (Renata Pensold (right))
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / July 25, 2008

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PROVINCETOWN - Blanche Lazzell's art studio was just a shack on a wharf. When she worked there, in the mid 20th century, she dressed it up with clematis and morning glories. It still stood in the winter of 2002; artist Michael Mazur came down from Boston with curator Barbara Stern Shapiro just to see it. When Mazur returned again in ... (Full article: 1090 words)

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