There is a great bond between Provincetown and the Art Students League of New York, and Arthur Cohen is one of the most prominent links in that chain. He was at the League in 1950 and again in 1960 (having already studied with Edwin Dickinson at Cooper Union), shortly before arriving in town for the first time. Cohen — and his exquisitely understated landscapes — have been part of the scene ever since. He is married to the concert pianist Elizabeth Rodgers, who is a frequent subject of his work. They acquired this property in 1985. Cohen’s studio burned in 2008, but he was in New York at the time.