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In spare works, a world of meaning

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / August 27, 2008

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PROVINCETOWN - Painter Herman Maril spent his summers out on the tip of Cape Cod, and when he retreated home to Baltimore every September he'd meditate on the colors and forms of the beaches here. Even if he'd had the money, his wife, Esta Maril, writes in her catalog essay for "Herman Maril: An Artist's Two Worlds" at the Provincetown ... (Full article: 819 words)

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