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Liza Zayas unearths the Boston arts scene one layer at a time.
Photography by Allison Goldin
The Edward Hopper House It was a bitingly cold winter, even by the frigid standards of New England. Stephen James, a severely depressed, financially destitute bisexual painter, lived in Truro, a tiny town populated with artists and writers, which blossomed in the summer months due to its close proximity to Provincetown. James had moved…