Toward an oral history of Cape Ann : Gore, Ken

Title:

Toward an oral history of Cape Ann : Gore, Ken

Creator:

Brayton, Linda.;Masters, David, Interviewer.;Gore, Ken Interviewee.

Publisher:

[Gloucester, Mass] : Sawyer Free Library

Date:

1978

Description:

4 sound files, digital, MPEG3 file

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OH 12 Part 1
OH 12 Part 2
OH 12 Part 3
OH 12 Part 4

Linda Brayton and David Masters, principal oral historians.;Interviewer: David Masters

TRACKS: CD 22 -- 1. Arrival in Gloucester, New England's attractions to the artist -- 2. Popular interest in art -- 3. Teaching -- 4. Technique -- 5. Outdoors as a subject and its difficulties -- 6. Stamp of individuality -- 7. Van Gogh -- 8. Van Gogh (cont'd) -- 9. Economics 10. Study -- 11. A.T. Hubbard's class, Ben Stahl -- 12. Evaluations, abstraction vs. realism piano concerto analogy to art -- 13. There has to be some kind of order. CD23 -- 1. Piano concerto analogy (cont'd) -- 2. Two kinds of art -- 3. Choice in life -- 4. Early recollections, Illinois, belief -- 5.Gloucester art colony, artists he knew -- 6. Artist's temperaments -- 7. Abstraction vs. realism -- 8. Observations on the arts the need for order in art.

Some names and terms used in this interview: Bitumen, Damar varnish, Mr. George Rich, Elvira, Illinois, A.T. Hibbard, Roger Curtis, Howard Curtis, A.T. Hubbard, Turpentine wash, Lubbock, Texas, Ben Stahl, Carl Peters, Emil Gruppe, Paul Strisik, Donald Stone.

Originally issued on sound cassettes and transferred to compact discs.

Subject:

Artists -- Massachusetts -- Cape Ann.;Artist colonieszMassachusetts -- Cape Ann.;Oral history -- Massachusetts -- Cape Ann.

Ann, Cape (Mass.) -- History -- Anecdotes.;Ann, Cape (Mass.) -- Social life and customs.

Collection :

Gloucester Oral History Collection

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Citation :

Brayton, Linda.;Masters, David, Interviewer.;Gore, Ken Interviewee., "Toward an oral history of Cape Ann : Gore, Ken," in NOBLE Digital Heritage, Item #7617, http://heritage.noblenet.org/items/show/7617 (accessed July 28, 2014).