Boston Gallery

Nota bene: Axelle Boston is now located at 173 Newbury Street! Read more...

Located in the vibrant Newbury Street neighborhood in Boston's Back Bay, Axelle Fine Arts Galerie has established itself as a pivotal part of the Boston arts scene. The gallery was opened in 2005 by entrepreneur and adventurer Bertrand Delacroix, son of the well-known French artist Michel Delacroix.

Exhibits feature original paintings, sculpture and fine art prints in figurative, realism, and impressionist styles you seldom find in other art galleries.
Visit us the next time you are in Boston or visit our sister location in New York City.

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Visiting Artist: Julia Levitina

Julia Levitina

We are pleased to introduce sculptor Julia Levitina, a wonderful addition to our roster of contemporary artists. Born in 1981 in Ukraine, Levitina currently lives and works in Philadelphia and spends much time in France.

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Axelle Boston has Moved to 173 Newbury Street!

Axelle Boston Move Map

Axelle Fine Arts Galerie Boston has just completed a move to shiny new digs – still on stately Newbury Street, just two blocks west at 173 Newbury Street, between Dartmouth and Exeter streets.

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Eric Roux-Fontaine Interview (May 2015)

Eric Roux-Fontaine Interview

Eric Roux-Fontaine is currently preparing for his third solo exhibition at Axelle Fine Arts. After the success of Neverlandscape (Axelle Soho, 2012) and Lunar Park (Axelle Boston, 2013), Roux-Fontaine returns to New York City with a new collection of mixed media paintings, “JARDINS SECRETS” (Secret Gardens) will open Saturday, May 30.

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