GEORGE COPELAND AULT (1891 – 1948)
Capturing the quaint streets of Provincetown is part of the timeworn tradition of becoming an true artist if this is where you choose to hone your craft. Thousands have attempted to do just this but only a chosen few have taken the ritual to such an elevated place. He would become more closely associated with his later years in Woodstock, New York where he slipped quietly into the Sawkill Brook one late stormy evening.
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