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  •  You want your art to have style but also to look like something meaningful

              So you can enjoy the art itself and be reminded of a special experience

 

  •   Friends, family and guests will notice your strong sense of taste


  •   No need for sometimes-intimidating art galleries in the city


  •   You'll be confident acquiring a solid award-winning New England artist  with                   decades of experience widely represented in corporate and private collections


  •     Value. Your smaller investment in an artwork can only increase


  •     Gift. For the one "who has everything". Distinctive. You and your gift will be

               remembered


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.

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.

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.



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.

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Easy, stress-free and much-less-expensive new way - shopping online

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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"