September 24, 2020
By Murray Whyte
OGUNQUIT, MAINE – They were ready, if it came to it. In late June, just a week before the Ogunquit Museum of American Art was ready to shake off its pandemic-induced slumber with a delayed seasonal opening, just six of Emily Nelligan’s dark, dreamy charcoal drawings hung on gallery walls. There were meant to be 40 more.