Winslow Homer’s Maine studio to open to public

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Because there’s no public parking on Prouts Neck and the studio is located in a private residential neighborhood, visitors will have to take a shuttle van from the museum. Fewer than 4,000 people are expected to visit each year.

“This is a shrine,” Bessire said. “This is really about a pilgrimage, and we always meant it to be that way.”

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