The iconic picture of the swan boats in the Public Gardendisplayed proudly in our home in western Massachusetts, reminds me of my happy childhood in Boston. A.R.
Looking along Massachusetts Avenue toward the middle of Harvard Square on a clear winter day.
In the distance, the elements in the painting above; the copper dome, crimson awning, and the Coop entrance.
Sean Moore, friends and neighbours are delighted and impressed with your painting of our little street. As I am with my narrow townhouse, where your picture hangs in the front hall to be seen by anyone, even coming to the door. J.S.
Harvard Square. In a college town waves of academic population come and go. But the Square is distinguished as much by its individual characters and small businesses as by its architecture, history, and world-famous university.
Here's another old friend posing like an panhandler in front of a past local landmark.
One of Boston's most historic streets. Includes the townhouse of old friend of mine, in which a couple of my pictures have hung with those of John Singer Sargent, John Singleton Copley and other admired New England painters.
The Larry in Winter Oil on canvas 14x11" (Sold)
Acorn Street, Looking downhill, Beacon Hill oil on canvas 20x25"
Acorn Street, Beacon Hill Oil on canvas 24x36" (Sold)
Boston's Public Garden. The Swan Boats ply its duck pond through the summer, since 1877.
The old Wursthaus corner, rejuvenated, with the new info booth designed and painted to match.
Harvard Square, Day, Info Booth Oil on canvas 20x25" (Sold)
The geographic and traditional heart of Harvard Square, with the famous Harvard Coop, the Out-of-Town News, the subway entrance, info booth, Nini's Corner.
The original painting hangs in Harvard University, Gutman Library, on loan.
Swan Boat, Public Garden Oil on canvas 30x40" $3300.
Harvard Square, Winter Night Oil on canvas 37x49" $5200.
Winthrop Park, Harvard Square
Oil on canvas 35x70" $8,000.
Winthrop Park is one of the oldest public parks in the country. Though it actually has a Board of Directors that sees to its upkeep.
The painting, a big one for me at nearly six feet wide, took three months to paint and hangs in the Gutman Library of Harvard, on loan.
Brattle Street, Harvard Square Oil on canvas 16x20" $1200.
Harvard Square, Nini's Corner (Big) Oil on canvas 30x40" $3,300.
Nini's Corner, Harvard Square. Oil on canvas, 12x16" $450.
I painted a four-season series of Winthrop Park in the late nineties. Here is a new version of the series. Changes in the park since then: whole new Coffee & Tea house moved in (upper-right) and the old Pi Eta club, now a couple of restaurants, got a facelift with the white facade (upper-middle). New benches, umbrellas, and gas lights too. Winthrop Park, Harvard Square Seasons, oil on canvas 16x20" $450. each
New Harvard Square, Day. Oil on canvas 24x36" $2800.
Another prize winner. The Art Association Annual Bonnar Awards Show at the New Arts Center.
Happy to say that we have several of Sean's paintings and prints. They are displayed proudly in our home in western Massachusetts. Mr. & Mrs R.
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This Swan Boat boat is great--the trees in the background, the depth, the shadows, the sun on the people on the bridge...wow. Great light." G.W.
Harvard Square, Mass. Ave. oil on canvas 32x48'' $3300.
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You are the King of Harvard Square! You have brought back wonderful memories for me and made me feel young again. For that...I thank you, Sean. Your talent is incredible. xo J.H.