The Hall-Haskell House Gallery at the Ipswich Museum is open Seasonally, May – December. Each week a different artists. Click here to see inside The Hall Haskell House Gallery. Want to show? Contact Stephanie Gaskins (978) 807-8321. January first open the scheduling book for the coming season.
The “Ipswich Painters” at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th centurym included Edna Baylor, Henry Kenyon, Arthur Kimball, John Mansfield, Carl Nordstrom, Jane Peterson, Francis Richardson, and Theodore Wendel. The most famous and eminent was Arthur Wesley Dow, whose hometown was Ipswich. Many of their works on are on display at the Ipswich Museum.
- Ipswich Arts.com
- The Ipswich Painters
- Author Wesley Dow at the Ipswich Museum
- Great Marsh Studios
- Old Ipswich Shop & Gallery Johanna Cassia Folk artist
- Zumi’s Cafe
- Zenobia, an emporium
- Fine Finishes Art & Frame Shop
- Norris Gallery & Frame Shop: 40 Essex Rd, Ipswich, MA 01938 (978)-356-0115