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John Clayton July 2023

New paintings from John Clayton - Summer of '23
Opening, Friday July 28th at 7:00 PM

John Clayton's new paintings - Summer '23
John Clayton's Show at the Egeli Gallery Summer 2023
Whew the show is ready

Whew... I think everything is ready for the show!

Mudheads in August 2023

New Mudheads from the new discovery at 22 Brewster Street in the walls of the former studio of Ernie Irmer, the song maker - all dating from pre-1940.

Previous Shows

Selected Works - John Clayton

Friday, July 31, 2020

John Clayton: "My approach to painting is simple I work with a brush or a palette knife. I start with large masses of color spots and begin relating them one to the other. Until they begin to express what I visually have been studying."

“Old Provincetown”

Selected works from the early masters of the Provincetown Artist Colony

Friday, August 9th, 2019 thru August 15, 2019

Egeli Gallery represents shows features work by contemporary American Impressionists, including landscapes, still-lifes, figure paintings and portraits by nationally known artists:

    Arthur Egeli, John Clayton, Stephen Griffin, Cedric Egeli, Margaret McWethy,
    Joanette Egeli, Lisa Egeli, Kevin McNamara, Ignat Ignatov, Charles Couper,
    Jerome Green, Kirk McBride, Bjorn Egeli, Sarah Wardell, Ada Ranor,
    Henry Hensche, Abigail McBride, Henrietta Dunn Mears... and other artists from New England.

These artists have all received multiple national awards and have made their mark elsewhere, but have chosen to make Provincetown their summer workplace. They are realistic painters, with influence both from Impressionists Claude Monet, genre painter Winslow Homer and portrait painter, John Singer Sargent.

Previous Egeli Gallery Exhibitions

Friday, June 27, 2019 thru July 4th, 2019

Jerome Greene paints in a style, reminiscent of the great masters of the Provincetown Art Colony. His image, “The Pat-Sea”, was chosen as the official painting of the 2019 Provincetown Portuguese Festival.

Jerome Greene - Ryder Street   Jerome Greene Harbor in Fog   Jerome Greene Sisters

Jerome has been involved in the arts since childhood. His late father was commercial artist and professor at Central Connecticut State University and his older brother was a painter and sculptor. His family outings would almost always involve a visit to a museum or a craft show.

Jerome left the trades to pursue his lifelong ambition to become a fine artist and he landed in place that has nurtured artists since the first painter, Charles Hawthorne, opened a school here. He has developed a unique style by studying the Provincetown masters and working with award artists already established in the community. His range of work includes figures, landscape, studio paintings, but his passion remains painting from life, plain air style, in the visually rich peninsula of Provincetown. His work has been feature in many magazines and now is part of many important corporate and private collections.

Jerome Greene lives and maintains a studio in Provincetown, Massachusetts.

 John Whorf

John Whorf
(1903 - 1959)


The reception has past. It was Friday, July 29th, 2016.

Egeli Gallery presented the largest group of paintings, by the master, ever seen in Provincetown in one group. John Whorf was one of the most important painters in the early Provincetown art scene and his watercolors are sought after, world wide. John Whorf's grand-daughter, Amy McGuiggan, spoke about the life of her grandfather and her new book, “John Whorf Rediscoved"

John's biography - Collection examples

Amy Whorf McGuiggan with book

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