Grogan & Company’s June Auction features a high quality and well curated selection of paintings, jewelry, decorative arts, and furniture. The 400 lot auction will be held on Sunday, June 21st at their Beacon Hill gallery. The auction opens with a selection of 19th and 20th century American and European paintings from The Boston Art Club. Established in 1854 by local Boston artists including Benjamin Champney, Alfred Ordway, and Samuel Lancaster Gerry, The Club’s mission was to provide a democratic venue in which to teach, promote, and sell art. Still active today with approximately 250 members, The Club is deaccessioning this selection of over 130 works to benefit their acquisition fund. Highlights from the collection include Reginald Marsh’s Burlesque Dancer. The 19 ¼ x 15 ¾ inch oil on canvas was painted in the mid-1940s and exhibited at the

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