On exhibition August 9, 2018 - August 11, 2018
This weekend has been declared a Sales Tax Holiday in Massachusetts! The gallery will be open on Saturday, August 11th, when all works of art $2,500 and under are tax free for Massachusetts residents. Invoicing and payment must be made on August 11th. A number of these works have reduced prices for this Saturday only!
On exhibition June 2, 2018 - July 14, 2018
We are pleased to announce, our newest exhibition, Building Connections: Works from the Haynes Family Foundation. The exhibition encompasses works from the distinguished collection of the late G. Arnold and Carol Haynes and the proceeds from this exhibition will benefit charitable causes. The exhibition will be on view June 2nd - July 14th 2018.
On exhibition April 21, 2018 - May 26, 2018
The exhibition features works on paper by important American painters, who chose to focus their talents on such mediums as charcoal, watercolor, gouache, pastel, and oil on paper. Many of these artists were pioneers in exhibiting their works on paper as finished paintings in prominent national exhibitions as early as the 1870’s.
On exhibition November 25, 2017 - December 23, 2017
Vose Galleries is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition The Artist's Muse. This exhibition examines the inspirations for artists' work and presents paintings that are emblematic of style and subject matter of over 30 notable artists' careers.
On exhibition October 7, 2017 - November 4, 2017
Vose Galleries is pleased to present over thirty paintings that illustrate how artists interpret the visual effects of water. Water as Muse: Reflections, Refractions & Flow will be viewable online and in the gallery October 7th – November 4th, 2017.
On exhibition August 26, 2017 - September 23, 2017
We are pleased to present over 20 paintings and works on paper by Bernard Lamotte (1903-1983) in our sixth exhibition of the artist's work since 1993. Bernard Lamotte: Bon Vivant will be viewable online and in the gallery August 26th - September 23rd, 2017.
On exhibition March 31, 2017 - April 30, 2017
We are pleased to present A Light Exists in Spring, an exhibition including over thirty works that encompass the variety of seasonal expression that spring has to offer. It will be viewable online and in the gallery March 31st - April 30th, 2017.
On exhibition October 29, 2016 - January 28, 2017
This show serves as the second of two significant exhibitions to commemorate the galleries’ 175 years in business.
On exhibition August 6, 2016 - September 24, 2016
We are pleased to announce our exhibition Contemporary: At Home & Afield. Featuring over 50 paintings by the artists of Vose Contemporary, this exhibition explores the various subjects which fascinate each painter.
On exhibition May 21, 2016 - July 9, 2016
Vose Galleries is pleased to announce the exhibition, Insights on Collecting, which serves as the first of two major shows the gallery will be hosting in 2016 to commemorate 175 years in business. Each exhibition will focus on the art and passion of forming a collection.
On exhibition February 20, 2016 - April 9, 2016
On exhibition January 9, 2016 - February 27, 2016
The harsh but beautiful conditions offered by the winter months inspired many artists to bundle up and paint outdoors. Captured in blues, purples, yellows and reds, these snow scenes reveal each artist’s unique ability to see beyond the color we usually associate with snow.
On exhibition November 14, 2015 - January 9, 2016
Presenting a selection of outstanding paintings by important American artists such as Childe Hassam, Theodore Robinson, Samuel Lancaster Gerry, Charles Woodbury, and Anthony Thieme, among many others.
On exhibition August 15, 2015 - October 31, 2015
Currently on view we have a selection of over 20 works by Modernist artists. Hung on the heels of our Boston School show, this exhibition includes two examples by artists who participated in the ground-breaking International Exhibition of Modern Art in New York City. Commonly referred to as the 1913 Armory Show, this radical exhibition debuted the trends of the Post-Impressionist, Symbolist, Fauvist, Futurist and Cubist movements of Europe, bucking the biases of the more conservative Boston School artists. At the time called ‘pathological,’ ‘psychotic’ and ‘retrogressive,’ in hindsight the show found its success in scandal, and travelled from New York to Chicago to Boston jolting artists into a new dialogue with experimental forms and bold color choices.