Childs Gallery | Forgotten Favorites: An Online Exhibition

April 9 – May 30, 2021 Forgotten Favorites: An Online ExhibitionChilds Gallery Virtual Viewing:https://childsgallery.com/exhibition/forgotten-favorites/ As we’ve been clearing out the gallery at 169 Newbury Street and moving into our new space at 168, we’ve reacquainted ourselves with many treasures temporarily forgotten or not seen in some time. Forgotten Favorites, an online exhibition, is a curated group of artworks […]

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Childs Forgotten

fine art exhibition painting image of sunflowers by Keith Shaw Williams, American (1905-1951) Sunflowers, 1950 Oil on canvas, 30 x 36 inches
Keith Shaw Williams, American (1905-1951) Sunflowers, 1950 Oil on canvas, 30 x 36 inches

April 9 – May 30, 2021

Forgotten Favorites: An Online Exhibition
Childs Gallery

Virtual Viewing:
https://childsgallery.com/exhibition/forgotten-favorites/

As we’ve been clearing out the gallery at 169 Newbury Street and moving into our new space at 168, we’ve reacquainted ourselves with many treasures temporarily forgotten or not seen in some time. Forgotten Favorites, an online exhibition, is a curated group of artworks we’ve fallen in love with all over again, from Old Master prints to American Impressionist paintings to mid-century sculpture. Enjoy revisiting some old favorites with fresh eyes, or meeting a new piece for the first time!

About Childs Gallery: Established in 1937 on Newbury Street in Boston’s Back Bay, Childs Gallery holds one of the largest inventories of oil paintings, drawings, watercolors, prints and sculpture in the United States. We actively service collectors, artists, estates and corporate clients throughout the country in the buying and selling of fine art, and have placed exceptional works in major museums nationwide. Our extensive holdings  including prints and drawings that range from Old Masters to 20th century notables to 21st century contemporaries, along with superb paintings and sculpture from the past 200 years  are particularly appealing to the eclectic tastes of today’s art lovers, as it’s the collector’s eye, not the historic period or medium, that makes for a cohesive and personally satisfying collection.

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