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Cityscapes - Beacon Hill, Back Bay, Harvard Square.
New England Coastal Places, Lighthouses, Sailboats.
NEW! Art Prints of Sean Moore paintings
You've probably found that visiting a bricks-and-mortar gallery can be awkward or even annoying if a salesperson attaches to you too soon or follows you around chattering when you'd really just like to think quietly and look at the paintings.
How to add to your art collection
Easy, stress-free and much-less-expensive new way - shopping online
(You've already got started Free.)
Browse the gallery pages; Cityscapes, Coastal Scenes, and House Portraits by the artist called "The painter of New England scenes" by The Boston Globe. "The painter of Harvard Square" by the Cambridge TAB.
Swan Boat Oil on Canvas 32x42"
Harvard Square, Night (detail)
Harvard Square, Night Oil on Canvas 32x42"
Harvard Square, Mass. Ave. oil on canvas 32x48''
Motif #1, Rockport Oil on canvas 20x27"
If you are part of the new wave of collectors who buy their original art and fine art prints online, instead of paying hundreds, even thousands, more at the brick-and-mortar galleries then you've found the right place. And you can come back whenever you want, without having to suit up, drive into town, and park.
Giclee Prints. Now on the Prints page
About Giclée - (Jhee' - clay) a whole different, better, newer technology for reproducing art
Gicleé prints are created with an IRIS printer which sprays millions of tiny droplets of ink onto an absorbent surface producing an archival fine art piece without a digital signature.
The paper or canvas is carefully mounted onto a drum that rotates as it's sprayed with 4,000,000 tiny droplets per second by 4 calibrated color streams of archival inks. 512 chromatic changes are produced, with over 3,000,000 possible colors of saturated, nontoxic water-based ink. The result is a continuous-tone print with the precise hue, value, and density of the original.
Enrich your home, add interest to your office
Harvard Square. Nini's Corner and the Coop, (30x40", 2015) which can be seen in the distance, near the center of the big Mass. Ave. painting to the left.
Here in an online environment, you are free to browse unseen and anonymously for as long as you like until you are ready to buy. You can use the Contact page to ask any question that comes to mind or for any information you might like to know about the paintings or the prints. You'll see Contact on the menu list of topics to the upper left.
I hope it's OK with you that sometimes a painting might be sold, or on loan someplace, or hanging in a show but I'm still showing it on the site because it's a favorite or specially represents what I do and how I do it.
So you can enjoy the art itself and be reminded of a special experience