For Sale: One Slightly-Used Paxton Painting

by Matthew Innis |

The survival of representational art during the past century in America is owed in no small part to the legacy of the Boston School of artists.  It was the descendants of the early 20th century Boston painters – primarily R.H. Ives Gammell and his students – who, during the genre’s nadir, were at the forefront…

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