The Doll and Richards Gallery contributed significantly cementing Boston’s place in history as an arts and cultural center during the latter part of the 19th century. Famous for promoting French Barbizon School paintings and many American artists such as William Stanley Haseltine, Winslow Homer, William Morris Hunt, and Andrew Wyeth as well as other notables.
Moving about the Beacon Hills area of Boston the gallery kept abreast of the consuming public’s desires for art. On the map as being apart of the Social Register the gallery was able to expand it’s client base beyond the city limits of Boston as travelers far and wide visited Boston for business and pleasure during it’s heyday.
They maintained a revered presence in the art community for over a century by not only promoting the great artists of the day from Europe and America to the social elite they knew reproduction processess such as engraving and lithograpy could put fine art within reach of most everyone. Should you have one of their pieces of art or have questions concering the Doll & Richards Gallery please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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