Current Exhibitions

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(Featured painting: Interlude by Liz Haywood-Sullivan)


On exhibition June 1, 2021 - July 17, 2021

Vose Galleries is pleased to present Interlude, an exhibition showcasing a dozen paintings completed in the last year by award-winning pastelist Liz Haywood-Sullivan. In each of these singular examples, Haywood-Sullivan quietly reflects upon the transient nature of her coastal environment, including depictions of the forest idylls, serene waterways, and expansive marshlands near Marshfield, Massachusetts. Although this body of work captures distinct landscapes, the compositions are linked by Haywood-Sullivan’s careful observation of fleeting light. We invite you to enjoy Interlude, viewable in the gallery and online, from June 1st to July 17th.

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Harriot Drawing, circa 1909, by Charles Hopkinson (1869-1962)

A Break in the Clouds

On exhibition May 1, 2021 - June 30, 2021

Vose Galleries is pleased to present A Break in the Clouds, an exhibition showcasing twenty hand-curated paintings by a variety of American artists from the 19th & 20th centuries.  With the rays of hope spreading across the country as we start to come out of this deadly pandemic, the exhibition features the best paintings from our collection that we feel sure will lift everyone’s spirits. With fresh and rare beach scenes by Charles Hawthorne and Leslie Prince Thompson, colorful garden scenes by Boston School women painters Lee Lufkin Kaula and Edith Scott, and lively landscapes and seascapes by Jane Peterson, William Trost Richards, Robert Salmon, and Theodore Wendel, we believe there is something that will appeal to everyone. We hope you will make an appointment to come see these important works in person, viewable May 1st through June 30th at our brownstone on Newbury Street in Boston. We are also happy to offer virtual tours of the exhibition to anyone who may not be able to visit in person. Join us in celebrating what we hope is a 'break in the clouds’ after what have been such trying times for our country, and the world at large.

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