Massachusetts Bay Trading Company proudly presents the works of the most gifted New England artists, whose talent and love of the Boston area have combined to create art epitomizing the culture of New England. Available framed or unframed. Browse our gallery by selecting a category at left.
New England Fine Art

View of the Back Bay by Thomas R. Dunlay
Fenway Park Boston by Thomas Rebek
Thomas Rebek Art brochure
View of the Back Bay, print by Thomas R. Dunlay on paper or canvas. Fenway Park, Boston, print by Thomas Rebek on paper.
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Thomas R. Dunlay
"My fond memories of my father's interest in painting and an early visit to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston were great influences on my desire to become a painter."
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Thomas Rebek
“I love living in the city of Boston,” says Thomas. “The four seasons have sparked my interest in painting the same sites in the city over and over again with great variety.”
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Did you know?
The original Nantucket baskets were called
"farm baskets" and with the introduction of rattan as the weaver, "rattan baskets."

Reaching Home by Samuel Vokey
Boston from the Charles River by David Jacobs
Reaching Home, print by Samuel Vokey on paper. Boston from the Charles River photograph by David Jacobs.
N. Samuel Vokey
A native of Chatham, Massachusetts, Vokey combines realism with impressionism to evoke emotion beyond what is possible through photographs of the natural world.
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David Jacobs
"I carry my camera wherever I go," says Jacobs. His work has been shown at educational institutions and museums throughout the Greater Boston area.
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Waiting in Line by Linda Ravella
1774 Sawmill by Louise Minks
Yawkey Way by Kevin Shea
Waiting in Line print by Linda Ravella on paper. 1774 Saw Mill print by Louise Minks on paper. Yawkey Way print by Kevin Shea on paper or canvas.
Linda Ravella
"The longer I live around Boston the more I enjoy it," says artist Linda Ravella. "It's the history, the beauty and the love that people have for the city. I have to feel strongly about a subject to paint it and I am passionate about Boston."
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Louise Minks
Louise Minks has lived and painted in the small rural town of Leverett in Western Massachusetts for twenty-five years. "I have three passions in my life: art, history and spiritual growth."
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Kevin Shea
Based in the historic seaport of Newburyport, Massachusetts, Shea's subjects include classic New England scenes, landscapes and seascapes along the coast of Maine, Cape Cod, Nantucket, and Boston.
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Fresh Snow by Samuel Vokey
Winter Warmth
Summertime Boston Public Garden by Thomas Dunlay
Fresh Snow, print by Samuel Vokey on paper. Winter Warmth, 12" x 12" oil on canvas by Debra Corbett. Summertime, Boston Public Garden print by Thomas R. Dunlay on paper or canvas.