Philip Leslie Hale (1865-1931)
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exhibition at Vose Galleries
Robert C. Vose began handling the work of Philip L. Hale in 1924; at that time, the artist was one of the better painters of the Boston School. In 1966 Vose Galleries gave him a one-man show consisting of oils, pastels and drawings from a Concord, Massachusetts collection. During that period the Boston School was becoming extremely collectible. In 1988, with Boston School paintings in high demand, Vose was able to mount another exhibition with the never-waning enthusiasm of the same Concord collector and the artist’s daughter.