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A watercolor by Raymond Perry, part of the retrospective “Earlier Times,” is on view at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod.

Work by the late Raymond W. Perry is on view through Saturday, December 19, in the Saben Board Room Gallery at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod. The galleries at the center are open. Admission is free. “Earlier Times” is a retrospective of Mr. Perry’s work.

Mr. Perry was a painter, writer, and illustrator who specialized in block printing and watercolors. He lived in Providence, Rhode Island, and West Dennis but exhibited his work widely, including at the Art Institute of Chicago from 1918 to 1926. His work depicted “earlier times,” capturing the color and character of more-simple times on Cape Cod and in New England, from a summer day in Provincetown to maple sugaring up north.

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