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Blue Heron Fine Art Blog

Blue Heron Fine Art is a fine art gallery founded in 1995 specializing in American paintings from the 19th through 21st centuries. This blog was created to provide news, research and what are valuable insights into the current art market. More importantly, this blog is intended to be interactive. Comments, questions and opinions are encouraged!

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Seated Woman, Pastel #42

Edith Branson Pastels

  • April 4th, 2011 12:38

Previously kept in family hands over the last 70 years, Edith Branson's paintings are currently being ...

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George W.  Whitaker, "Under the Oaks"

Edward Bannister- In Memoriam, Past and Present

  • December 7th, 2010 07:17

As an art dealer I am often reminded that we are all stewards of the great history of this country; our collections ...

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Edith Branson, Hands #114, Oil on board 15"x20".  Courtesy of Blue Heron Fine Art.

Edith Branson (1891 - 1976) An American Modernist

  • September 24th, 2010 11:55

Edith Branson was an American modernist painter who created her own interpretation of the multitude of avant-garde ...

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James E.  Buttersworth (1817-1894) "America's Cup yacht, Magic", Oil on canvas.  14" x 22".

What to look for in a painting by James Edward Buttersworth.

  • August 25th, 2010 08:37

James E. Buttersworth (1817-1894), was a 19th century artist that many consider to be one of the finest American ...

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"Sky Flowers" dated 1962, Oil on canvas.  10" x 11"

Victor Candell, A Provincetown Modernist (1903-1977)

  • June 23rd, 2010 08:59

For over 100 years, artists have been flocking to the Provincetown art colony each summer to paint in relative ...

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"Washing over Gull Rock", Oil on board, 29" x 36"

Jay Hall Connaway Revisited

  • May 28th, 2010 11:17

Our gallery has sold many paintings by the American artist Jay Hall Connaway (1893-1970) over the years.  So it ...

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