charles-movalli-exhibit-cape-ann-museum-dale-movalli-granddaughter-lauren-oconnor-copyright-kim-smithDale Movalli and Granddaughter Lauren

Lovers of Cape Ann scenes and vistas, don’t miss the exquisite Charles Movalli exhibit “Cape Ann and Beyond,” opening today at the Cape Ann Museum. The reception is free and open to the public. Cape Ann’s landscapes seen through the eyes of Movalli are simply gorgeous. GO today!





From the Cape Ann Museum: The Cape Ann Museum will host a special exhibition of paintings by Charles Movalli, opening on Saturday March 4 and remaining on display through May 21, 2017. Cape Ann & Beyond will be drawn from private collections throughout the region and will be complemented by gallery talks and lectures exploring Movalli’s career and the Cape Ann School of painters.

For over forty years, Charles Movalli was a pillar of Cape Ann’s year-round art community, a distinguished landscape and marine painter, a prolific writer and advocate for the arts, and a widely respected teacher. His paintings have been showcased in solo and group exhibitions throughout the region and showered with awards; his writings on art and artists have been published widely and his editorial skills earned him a 25 year stint as contributing editor of American Artist magazine. Often referring to himself as “the luckiest man in the world,” during his long and successful

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  • Richard Bonaccorso

    Back around 1970 Charles and I were Ph.D students at the University of Connecticut. We enjoyed talking to each other after a our class in Irish Literature. I knew he was a painter and that he was from up north, I thought it was Rockport, Me. Today I was discussing the writer Nicolai Gogol with friends, and I recalled Charles to them, who considered him his favorite writer. One of my friends looked him up and now I see what a wonderful life he made of his very fine talents. If you are in contact with his wife tell her from me that I am very sorry for her loss and that I remember him as one who had the light of inspiration about him way back then.


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