On April 1st, the Page Waterman Gallery hosted a reception for the opening of a Paul Black Retrospective, which is still open. The legacy of Paul Black is one that will be written and studied over decades. His romantic, impressionist depictions of New England will leave an impact on collectors, casual admirers and other artists alike. Whether it be a vibrant Summer sunrise on Monhegan Island, Spring in bloom on a Boston street or a dreamy and atmospheric Portland snow scene, Paul made his mark with confident, bravura brush strokes and a recognizable style that evokes the century works of Pissarro, Cailebotte and Monet.
Paul will be missed. We are thrilled and honored to be able to exhibit this selection of his remaining paintings. Now available for viewing at the Page Waterman Gallery, 28 Church Street, Wellesley.