Cape Cod's most diverse selection of Fine Art!



A few years after Eaton's death, his family decided to liquidate the contents of Thomas Eaton's studio, and we purchased the entire contents: watercolors, oil paintings, drawings, carvings, handmade prints and much more. Eaton was recognized as an accomplished painter around Boston, and he won numerous awards which validated this. He was the longest (and top) student of prominent Boston art teacher, Robert Henry Logan and in the 1950's, he won one the most prestigious art awards in Boston, The Richard Mitton Award.

Eaton exhibited at The Lexington Arts Society, The Twentieth Century Club, The Copley Society and the Quincy Art Center. His work hangs in the permanent collection of the Weston Historical Society, beside the work of John Joseph Enneking. In the 1930's and 1940's, he was a painting companion of Emile Gruppe (1896 to 1978) and Aldro Hibbard (1886 to 1972) in Gloucester and Rockport, Massachusetts.
The paintings in this collection vary widely in size, subject and medium. We have shown a few pieces here ( but there are many more available. If you have an interest in this wonderful body of work, please contact us.

MARTHA MOORE (1913 to 1982)


We have an extensive collection of paintings from this well-known and widely collected New York/New England artist. A member of the National Academy of Design, Moore's paintings were widely exhibited in Boston and New York. She and her husband, Lou Burnett had a major gallery for many years in Rockport, MA.

LOU BURNETT (1907 to 1999)


The artist husband of Martha Moore, Burnett was born in New York City and like his wife, had paintings widely exhibited in New York and Boston. One of his paintings hangs in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC, and we have a large selection of his paintings.

ALDRO T. HIBBARD (1886 to 1972)

A member of the National Academy of Design, the Copley Society, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and the Guild of Boston Artists, Hibbard's paintings are now widely sought after, and have recently sold at auction for up to $75,000. His most famous works are New England snow scenes, of which we have a large, outstanding example available for sale.

FELIX ZIEM (1821 to 1911)

Born in the Burgundy region of France in 1821, Ziem's paintings are in many prominent art museums worldwide including Le Petit Palais in Paris, The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Musee D'Orsay in Paris, The Ziem Museum in Ville de Martigues, The Cincinnati Museum, The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC and many others. His most famous and most sought after paintings were done in Venice, of subjects of Venice, one of which was recently sold at auction by Christie's for over $300,000. We have one outstanding example of these Venice paintings available for sale.

ARTHUR CLIFTON (A.C.) GOODWIN (1864 to 1929)

A.C. Goodwin was a prominent Boston and New York artist who is in many important permanent collections, including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. He exhibited at The Guild of Boston Artists, The Boston Society of Watercolor Painters and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts to name a few, and he is in the permanent collections of The Addison Gallery of Art, The Farnsworth Museum, the Smith College Museum and many others. His work has sold at auction for over $50,000. We have a large, outstanding example of his work available, depicting a group of children playing and swimming in the Boston Public Garden, on a cheerful, sunny Sunday afternoon, with the newly constructed Ritz Carlton Hotel in the background. The painting was done around 1929 and was one of the artist's very last major works.

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