22nd Annual Boston International Fine Art Show Features a Strong Showing from New and Returning Exhibitors

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  • August 22, 2018

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Charles Woodbury, "Playing in the Waves", oil on canvas, 17" x 21.
Parco Fine Art (MA)

Boston, MA – Tony Fusco and Robert Four are proud to announce the 22nd Annual Boston International Fine Art Show. Featuring the work of 40 galleries from across the U.S. this year’s Boston International Fine Art Show will offer original works of art that satisfy a wide array of collectors, tastes and price ranges. The show takes place October 18-21, opening with a Gala Preview to benefit the groundbreaking Art for Justice Fund on Thursday, October 18 at the Cyclorama Boston Center for the Arts. www.FineArtBoston.com.

The Gala Preview is an elegant evening where attendees have first choice of the works on offer while enjoying fine food, wine, and live music. All of the proceeds from Gala Preview ticket sales will benefit The Art for Justice Fund, www.ArtforJusticeFund.org . Founded by Agnes Gund with a $100 million donation from the sale of a beloved painting, The Art for Justice Fund makes grants to organizations, advocates, and artists leading impactful and cutting-edge work to safely reduce jail and prison populations across the country. Tickets and more information are available online at www.FineArtBoston.com/gala.

21st Annual Boston International Fine Art Show
Robert Four

The Boston International Fine Art Show is excited to announce the initial roster of exhibitors for its 22nd annual show. AAMARP (MA), Amir Textiles and Rugs (MA), Art Concept Alternative (FL), Avery Galleries (PA), Betty Krulik Fine Art (NY), Bowersock Gallery (MA), Christine Magne, Antiquaire (PA), Découvert Fine Art (MA), From Here to Antiquity (CT), Fusco & Four Modern (MA), Galerie Mourlot (NY), Heinley Fine Arts (NM), Jeannot R. Barr Drawings & Prints (NY), J.W. Reilly Fine Art (MA), Katherine Houston Porcelain (MA), Lena Young (MA), Martha Richardson Fine Art (MA), Miller White Fine Arts (MA), Parco Fine Art (MA), Questroyal Fine Art (NY), Renjeau Galleries (MA), Robert Lloyd (NY), Stephan M. Foster Fine Arts (DC), Susanna J. Fichera Fine Art (ME), Thomas Darsney Fine Art (MA), William Vareika Fine Arts (RI)

Steve Bowersock, "Mantis", oil on linen canvas, 24" x 24."
Bowersock Fine Art (MA)

“We are proud of our diverse line-up of exhibitors this year,” notes co-producer Tony Fusco. “There are no restrictions on what art can be shown. As a result, we end up with thousands of unique paintings ranging from affordable pieces created by today’s most promising artists to museum quality masterpieces from Old Masters to the present.” This year visitors can expect works of art like Avery Gallery’s (PA) sweeping impressionist seascapes, Bowersock Gallery’s (MA) emotive contemporary animals, and Parco Fine Art’s (MA) traditional and contemporary Cape Ann masterpieces.

Several of the exhibitors this year have been attending the show for years, guaranteeing exceptional art each fall. Questroyal Fine Art (NY), returning for their 22nd year, will arrive with a selection of their 19th and 20th century American artwork ranging from Hudson River School oils to more recent modernism and realism. Another original exhibitor is Martha Richardson Fine Art (MA). One of the largest galleries in New England, William Vareika Fine Arts (RI), will be displaying art from three centuries.

Decouvért Fine Art (MA) and Christine Magne, Antiquaire (PA) both return to offer exceptional Old Master works.

Boston’s own Renjeau Galleries (MA) represents traditional artists but also incorporates contemporary and abstract artists into their selection. Renjeau truly offers a taste of the wide variety of art Boston can offer. Donna Heinley Fine Arts (NM) will be showing off the best that the South West can offer with contemporary paintings from New Mexico. AAMARP, the African-American Master Artists-in-Residence Program (MA), will display a variety of work from religious-themed pieces to pen and ink drawings, many of which reflect on the African-American experience. The Boston International Fine Art Show is one of the few shows of its kind where you can speak to an artist about their work and also admire the work of visionaries from hundreds of years ago.

The 22nd Annual Show takes place October 18-21, 2018 at the Cyclorama, Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street in Boston’s South End. The Thursday Gala Preview is held 5:30-8:30pm and weekend hours are: Friday October 19 1-8, Saturday October 20 11-8, and Sunday October 21 11-5. Admission is $15 online or at the door, 12 and under free. Ticket includes all special programs, re-admission throughout the weekend, show catalog, and coat check. For more information visit www.FineArtBoston.com or call 617.363.0405. For more information on all of Fusco & Four’s art and design shows and events visit www.BostonArtFairs.com or call 617.363.0405.


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