Build­ing Con­nec­tions: Works from the Haynes Fam­ily Foun­da­tion

American Fine Art Magazine - - Editor’s Letter -

Bos­ton Har­bor by Mon­tague Daw­son (1895-1973) Oil on can­vas, 20 1/4 x 30 inches, signed lower left: Mon­tague Daw­son

Vose Gal­leries is pleased to present the distin­guished col­lec­tion of the late G. Arnold and Carol Haynes, sold to ben­e­fit char­i­ta­ble causes and view­able June 2nd - July 14th, 2018. Avid phi­lan­thropists, Arnold and Carol started the Haynes Fam­ily Foun­da­tion in 1995, which has since made gen­er­ous con­tri­bu­tions to over 100 non-profit or­ga­ni­za­tions, in­clud­ing nu­mer­ous works of art do­nated to sev­eral New Eng­land mu­se­ums. The paint­ings that spoke to the Hay­ne­ses tend to cor­re­late with the ar­eas they called home, such as Bos­ton and New Hamp­shire, as well as the unique places around the world they vis­ited dur­ing their ex­ten­sive trav­els. Whether it was a view of Bos­ton Har­bor or the ma­jes­tic Al­ham­bra Palace in Spain, the Hay­ne­ses sur­rounded them­selves with paint­ings that fos­tered warm memories for them both. The pro­ceeds of this exhibition will go to four non-prof­its for which the Hay­ne­ses felt a spe­cial affin­ity: The Barn­storm­ers The­atre in Tam­worth, New Hamp­shire; the Cure Alzheimers Fund; the Ben­ning­ton Mu­seum in Ben­ning­ton, Ver­mont; and the Welles­ley His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety in Welles­ley, Mas­sachusetts.

G. Arnold (1927-2017) and Carol (1929-2012) Haynes

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