Colors of the Marketplace     30" x 36"

 Faneuil Hall

Milk Street       20" x 24"

Quincy Market     22" x 28"

Lively and rich with activity and a multitude of imagery on display, Faneuil Hall, in the Fenway, is home to one of the widest varieties of culture and activity that you can find in Boston. The marketplace,  built by merchant Peter Faneuil in 1743, was designed in the style of an English country market and was partially funded by slave money. 

When the Marketplace was revitalized in 1976, it was transformed into an eclectic mix of retail shops, artisans selling their handmade wares from antique-style pushcarts and world-class street juggling, acrobatics and more for throngs of tourists and locals who gather to watch