Hagstrom’s Pasture, Cape Ann

by Frederick J. Mulhaupt (1871–1938)
Oil on canvas laid down on board
8⅛ x 10 inches
Signed lower right: MULHAUPT–; on verso: Hagstrom’s Pasture / Cape Ann



Kim Brewer

Private collection, Ithaca, New York, acquire from above, 1997


The North Shore Arts Association, Gloucester, Massachusetts, Frederick J. Mulhaupt: Dean of the Cape Ann School, August 14–October 24, 1999 (as Hagstrom’s Orchard)


Kathleen Kienholz, Frederick J. Mulhaupt: Dean of the Cape Ann School (Gloucester, MA: North Shore Arts Association, 1999), 50 (as Hagstrom’s Orchard).

Note: The Hagstrom family owned a construction company near Cape Ann, Massachusetts, with an established reputation for their craftsmanship.

After visiting Cape Ann a number of times, Mulhaupt became a full-time resident there in 1922. He was a founding member of the North Shore Arts Association in Gloucester and it was in this period that he began receiving recognition for his artistic work.[1]

Artist Biography

Frederick J. Mulhaupt (1871–1938)

An impressionist painter known for his depictions of Cape Ann in Gloucester, Massachusetts

I. Biography
II. Chronology
III. Collections
IV. Exhibitions
V. Memberships
VI. Notes
VII. Suggested Resources

I. Biography

Frederick John Mulhaupt was born in Rockport, Missouri in 1871. After living in Dodge City, Kansas for a short time, he moved to Kansas City, Missouri where he apprenticed with an itinerant artist who taught Mulhaupt the basics of sign painting. Mulhaupt subsequently attended the Kansas City Art Institute and School of Design for

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