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Boston Art Club
Historic Buildings: Cultural

The Urban Context of the Boston Art Club - Lynn Smiledge
The Queen Anne Style of the Boston Art Club - Lynn Smiledge
The Legacy of the Boston Art Club - Lynn Smiledge
The Boston Art Club was first conceived in Boston in 1854 with the consolidation of efforts between local artists, including Benjamin Champney, Alfred Ordway, Samuel Lancaster Gerry and Walter Brackett. Their desire was to form a democratic organization where the European tradition of independent, master-artists would be replaced with cooperation in the promotion, sale and education of art.
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150 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02116
United States

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