Painting in Provence



Sketching in Italy



An impressionist painter from the Cape School of Art, Lucasí work focuses on the ever-changing light and its effects on color in nature. Dennis, who enjoys this diverse light and temperature of the four seasons, paints and exhibits throughout New England.

The Cape School of Art began over one hundred years ago and was inspired by the French Impressionists. Dennis quickly adapted this style while residing in Provincetown, MA.

A past Artist-In-Residence at the historic Whistler House Museum of Art, Lucasí work is in many public and private collections including the Grey Foy Collection in New York, the Brass Key and Lands End Inn Guesthouses in Provincetown, MA. and the Louisa May Alcott House in Concord, MA.



"Dennis Lucas follows in the path of the great impressionists like Renoir and Monet" - Lowell Sun

"His talent and training have given him a masterful style" - VYU Magazine

"The journey of this successful artist requires a bit of stamina, and his recent show glimpses an emerging transition in style" - Artscope Magazine


About the Cape School of Art

The Cape School of Art was instituted by Charles Hawthorne over 100 years ago. Inspired by the French Impressionists, he developed a style of painting, which he taught in New York and Provincetown, MA. The school thrives today with many of Lucas's contemporaries, including its current director, Hilda Neily, Cedric Egeli, Mary Giammarino, and John Clayton.

Please refer to the contact page to inquire about upcoming workshops and commissioned pieces.




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