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Established in 1937 in Boston’s Back Bay, Childs Gallery holds an extensive inventory of paintings, prints, drawings, watercolors, and sculpture - focusing on fine American and European artwork, dating from the Renaissance through Contemporary. To that end, our clients can choose prints and drawings that range from Old Masters like Rembrandt, Goya, and Piranesi, to Whistler and all the 20th century notables, along with superb paintings and sculpture from the past 200 years. Our inventory emphasizes women artists of the last century, mid-20th century American Modernism, Abstract Expressionism, Boston Expressionism, Social and Magic Realism, queer artists, and other important genres and movements.
Old Master, 18th and 19th Century, Modern (1900-1950), Contemporary, Appraisals
Emily Lombardo: Select Works from The Caprichos
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The Caprichos, by Emily Lombardo, is a series of 80 etchings which are in direct conversation and homage to Francisco Goya's Los Caprichos, 1799.
Venice in the Etching Revival
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This exhibition presents prints by Whistler and fellow artists including Otto Bacher, Ernest D. Roth, and William Walcot, who explored etching as an independent mode of expression, using Venice as their collective muse.
Joan Hall: Turning Tides
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An avid sailor, Joan Hall works tirelessly to promote marine advocacy through her sculptural, paper-based art.
Henry Moore: Prints
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Henry Moore: Prints presents etchings and lithographs by the famed British artist. Best remembered as a sculptor of figurative semi-abstraction, Moore also produced numerous prints during his career, often of his wildly popular reclining and seated figures.
Hidden Worlds: Prints and Drawings by Erik Desmazières
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Hidden Worlds, a new exhibition of work by French master printmaker Erik Desmazières, journeys through the artist’s intricately detailed spaces, revealing imaginary cosmos and surrealist views of everyday scenes.

Bernard Brussel-Smith
Werner Drewes
Sean Flood
Joan Hall
Emily Lombardo
Sally Michel
John Thompson

Milton Avery
Christiane Baumgartner
Isabel Bishop
Ambreen Butt
Thomas Hart Benton
Pierre Bonnard
Felix Buhot
Paul Cadmus
Letterio Calapai
Chuck Close
Erik Desmazières
Louis Leon Dolice
Albrecht Dürer
Ruth Eckstein
William Evertson
Sean Flood
Walton Ford
Hendrick Goltzius
Francisco de Goya y Lucientes
Edward Hopper
Rockwell Kent
Jean-Émile Laboureur
Armin Landeck
Fritz Levedag
Martin Lewis
Sol Lewitt
Roy Lichtenstein

Emily Lombardo
Louis Lozowick
George Platt Lynes
Jean Michel Mathieux Marie
Reginald Marsh
Jacob Matham
Maud Morgan
Henry Moore
Robert S. Neuman
Osmeivy Ortega Pacheco
Joseph Pennell
Giovanni Battista Piranesi
Marcantonio Raimondi
Sandra Ramos
Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Jan Saenredam
John Sloan
Raphael Soyer
Benton Spruance
Agostino Veneziano
Jaques Villon
Carol Wax
Stow Wengenroth
James Abbott McNeill Whistler
Grant Wood
Anders Zorn