The PaJama Group, or more formally the PaJaMa Collective, was a very unusual and
complicated group of artists composed of Paul Cadmus, Jared French, and Margaret Hoening.
I say complicated because Jared and Margaret were married, and Paul and Jared were lovers . . .
all at the same time. They managed to keep this enterprise going from about 1938-1950.
They even lived in a house together much of that span. (In case you haven't already guessed, the group name is an acronym made from the first two letters in each member's name.) All three were primarily painters, but they also made some striking photographs, some of which we will look at today. This is Christopher Isherwood and Bill Caskey at Provincetown.