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marjorie very

An exhibition of over 50 paintings by Marjorie Very, N.A.W.A., 1896-1985, obtained directly from the family. Very was a well-known painter and illustrator of Beacon Hill and Boston cityscapes, as well as more rural views of New England, New York, New Jersey, and West Virginia. She was the first woman accepted to the Boston Watercolor Society, and exhibited extensively throughout the country.

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Azaleas, Washington Watercolor on Paper 22"h x 30"w Azaleas, Washington Marjorie Very $ inquire
“South Boston” Pastel on Paper 20"h x 25-1/2"w “South Boston” Marjorie Very $ inquire
New York Street Scene Watercolor on Paper 14-1/2"h x 22"w New York Street Scene Marjorie Very $ inquire
Rocky Coast, Maine Oil on Canvas 25"h x 30"w Rocky Coast, Maine Marjorie Very $ inquire
Wildflowers Oil on Canvas 25"h x 30"w Wildflowers Marjorie Very $ inquire
Birch Grove Oil on Canvas 24" x 20" Birch Grove Marjorie Very $ inquire
Pastel on Paper 18" x 25-1/2" "State House, Boston" Marjorie Very $ inquire
In The Harbor Watercolor on Paper 14-1/2" x 21-1/2" In The Harbor Marjorie Very $ inquire
House in Winter Watercolor on Paper 14-1/2" x 21-1/2" House in Winter Marjorie Very $ inquire