Blizzard of 1978: see more Armand Sindoni art at Destino’s and #GloucesterMA- Part 2

Armand Sindoni (1929-2002) was a Massachusetts native. He resided and worked on Rocky Neck. For many years he was the artist in residence for the Gloucester Schooner Festival. This is a follow up post.

Earlier this week, I posted a GMG reader request wanting to know more about a specific Armand Sindoni work of art. I added one Sindoni portrait and asked readers to join in.

GMG reader Kathy reminded us about the Sindoni murals at Destino’s:

Armand Sindoni painted the beautiful murals inside Destino’s.  One of the vessels in the murals is the “Can Do”.  It was lost during the blizzard of ‘78, going to the rescue of a huge freighter that was off of Beverly, that is also in the mural.  The other vessel in Sindoni’s mural is the “Alligator”, a fishing vessel that was also lost during the blizzard.

Kathy W.

Here are interior (and exterior) photographs I took 2017,2018 and 2020 highlighting some of the art and history details you’ll find there.

There is another work by Sindoni on display at Destino’s. Behind the counter is a portrait of Alex Destino, Sr.

Another GMG reader shared a Sindoni nocturne hanging in her home (courtesy photo)

Armand Sindoni painting private collection, courtesy photo

courtesy snapshots sent to GMG – Armand Sindoni Gloucester Fishing Schooner “Elsie”1910

Thanks to all for taking the time to share your messages about Armand Sindoni.

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