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Sears Gallagher Collection

Sears Gallagher (American, 1869–1955) was a prolific, commercially successful artist active from the 1890s through WW II. His work consists largely of landscapes, seascapes, and cityscapes depicting Boston, New York, and northern New England, especially Mohegan Island, Maine. His artistic practice included drawing, etching, watercolor and oil painting. During the height of Gallagher’s career he was one of Boston’s most respected artists and a key figure in the development of American watercolor painting and printmaking. During his lifetime, his watercolors were favorably compared to those of Winslow Homer (1836–1910) and his etchings and drypoints to those of James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903). The works in this collection were a generous donation to the museum in 2020 by the artist’s granddaughter Anne Burr Czepiel.

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42nd Street at Fifth Avenue

Sears Gallagher
Etching on paper
United States Print

[Venice with Gondola]

Sears Gallagher
Etching on Japanese paper
United States Print

Bedouin Warrior

Sears Gallagher
Watercolor on paper
United States Watercolor

Tugboats, New York Harbor

Sears Gallagher
Etching on paper
United States Print

Sisters

Sears Gallagher
Etching on paper
United States Print

[Venice]

Sears Gallagher
Etching on paper
United States Print

[Hollywood, FL]

Sears Gallagher
Watercolor on paper
United States Watercolor

[Hollywood, FL]

Sears Gallagher
Watercolor on paper
United States Watercolor

[Coastal Scene]

Sears Gallagher
Watercolor on board
United States Watercolor

[White Mountains]

Sears Gallagher
Watercolor on board
United States Watercolor

[Skiers]

Sears Gallagher
Etching on paper
United States Print


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