Now Located in Peterborough, NH!

Our new showroom in Peterborough NH in the center of Depot Square is now open! Please stop by and visit us!

About the New England Art Exchange

All of our prints and paintings are guaranteed to be genuine and in good condition. Flaws or faults must be presented to our attention within 10 days of purchase for a refund. Collector discounts are available!

New England Art Exchange in Keene N.H. is an Art gallery selling period paintings and Fine Prints encompassing the works of American, European and Asian Artists. We specialize in works from the 18th century up to the 1950’s. We buy and sell original works and represent consignors from around the world. Our gallery has been open to the public since 1989. The founder and owner of New England Art Exchange is Ken Spector. Our gallery is a registered domain on the web and also a registered business with the state of New Hampshire.

Ken Spector Studied Art and Art History earning a B.A.degree from the University of South Florida, in Tampa and later a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Montana in 1982. Spector was an instructor of Art at both College and Secondary schools for over 25 years. Apart from searching out new acquisitions Spector also does paper conservation, cleaning and repair of paintings and period picture frames.

Painting

The Road Home

The Road Home
1829-1913, Canadian/American

Oil on panel, 9 x 11 inches, 1874, signed and dated lower right, in a period gilt frame. This is a wonderful tonalist view of a horse drawn hay wagon bound for home in the bleak cold of winter. This painting is by well known Canadian painter Francois B. De Blois. His formal art education includes studies in Europe (c.1870) under Charles-François Daubigny (see AskART) probably in Paris or Auvers sur Oise a suburb to the north of Paris; and under Vincenzo Marinelli (see AskART) in Naples, Italy.

Print

D. H. & J. Hopfer

D. H. & J. Hopfer
1922-2000, American

A great original etching by Leonard Baskin, from his 'Portraits of 10 Artists' series. Plate size 14 1/2 x 17 5/8 inches, published in 1964 in an edition of 50 by Herman D. Schickman, Delphic Arts, New York, cat: Fern & O'Sullivan- 473, pencil signed, titled, and numbered "31/50".

Drawing

A Concert

A Concert
1872- c.1950, American

Pencil sketch of a concert bill by Dexter Dawes measuring 10 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches.