2 Daggett Lane

2 Daggett Lane, Provincetown (ND). Collection of David King and John Frishkopf. 
2 Daggett Lane, Provincetown (2010), by David W. Dunlap.One of the most charming and idyllic picture postcards of old Provincetown, titled “Studio Gardens,” shows an almost impossibly quaint looking hip-roofed structure nestled in a bed of flowers on a pretty little lane. Well, the place really exists. It is 2 Daggett Lane, behind the “Captain’s House” at 496 Commercial. It was, until 2004, the home studio of Albert G. “Al” Davis (b 19341935), a potter and a sculptor of humorous and whimsical figures — often cats. His handiwork can be seen at Napi’s, among other places in town, and he’s represented by the Cortile Gallery, in the old Lancy mansion at 230 Commercial. More pictures and history»