Boston Gallery

Discover Contemporary Art in Boston

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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Upcoming Exhibitions

Xavier Rodes : June 4 – June 28, 2015 (In Our New Location!)

Xavier Rodes blue dock 30x30

This June, Axelle Boston will host a solo exhibition for Barcelona native, Xavier Rodes in our new location at 173 Newbury Street. Following the success of Rodés’ debut US solo show last year, we are excited to present a new collection of works by the artist.

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Benoit Trimborn : Mar 14 – April 12, 2015

Arbres dans la brume. Oil on canvas. 35" x 45½"

Axelle Fine Arts Gallerie Boston is proud to present Benoît Trimborn’s debut U.S. solo exhibition. His stunning landscapes have met much success in previous group shows. Trained as an architect, the young painter categorizes his work as “contemporary impressionism.”

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Fabienne Delacroix : April 25 – May 24, 2015

Au Café de la Paix

Fabienne Delacroix, daughter of Naïf master Michel Delacroix, returns to Axelle with a new collection of brilliant French land and seascapes. Her exquisite acrylic paintings capture moments of peace, joy and conviviality.

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