Art: Two artists' response to a Maine island
Posted on Sunday, Jun 23, 2013
Born 64 years apart in different centuries, Jamie Wyeth and Rockwell Kent are distinctly different artists. Yet they share a deep familiarity with and affection for a small island called Monhegan, 12 miles off the coast of mid-Maine.
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