Contact Us

Phone: 617-645-4518617-645-4518
Address: Fenway Studios #110
30 Ipswich St
Boston, MA 02215


We are open on certain Saturdays by appointment for client pickups and deliveries.

We will assist clients at the door with heavy paintings and/or frames.

There is a parking lot on Boylston Street a few steps from Ipswich Street where we are located. Clients who wish to ship paintings are encouraged to contact Air Float Systems for shipping boxes (, 1-800-445-2580.

We are:

  • A fifteen minute walk from the art gallery district of Newbury Street
  • A five minute walk from the Harvard Club of Boston on Commonwealth Avenue
  • A five minute walk from the "Hynes" stop on the Green Line T. This is very convenient to clients attending art auctions at Heritage On The Garden.

We cordially invite you to visit our turn-of-the-century French style studio designed by architects who derived their inspiration from the ateliers of 19th century Paris. As you enter our building you will be following in the footsteps of such artists as William and Elizabeth Paxton, Philip and Lilian Hale, William and Lee Kaula, and Gardiner Cox. The traditions established by these artists continue to inspire many living artists who work in the building today.

Fenway Studios has been our business location for over 40 years and is a National Historic Landmark. Built in 1910 for artist studios and living space under the influence of the Arts and Crafts Movement, it is a must-visit location for artists, art historians and students of architectural history.

Peter Williams and painting

Photo by John F. Hurley

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From the T

  • Take the Green Line to Hynes Convention Center and exit on Massachusetts Avenue.
  • Turn left and walk 1/2 block to Boylston.
  • At Boylston turn right and go 1 block to Ipswich Street.
  • Fenway Studios is the second building on the street.

From Storrow Drive (traveling west or east bound)

  • Exit at “Fenway 1S” and get into left lane immediately for “Boylston Street In Bound.”
  • Go left at first light
  • Pass second light (very short distance) and at third light turn left.
  • This street is Ipswich Street. The building is the second on the street.

From Harvard Medical Area

  • Turn right onto Brookline Avenue.
  • Look for the Citgo sign 1 mile ahead and drive directly towards it.
  • Approach major intersection and stop lights at Riverway.
  • Go straight.
  • Stay on Brookline Avenue and proceed to Citgo sign.
  • When you are close look for “Cask and Flagon” at Lansdown Street and turn right onto Lansdown Street, which runs along the Green Monster at Fenway Park.
  • At the end of Lansdown turn left onto Ipswich.
  • The building is approximately 250 yards down the street on the right.

From the South

  • >Take Route 93 North to Mass. Avenue Exit.
  • Turn right at the end of the ramp and drive about 3/4 mile.
  • Pass Washington Street, Tremont Street, Columbus Avenue, and Huntington Avenue, where Symphony Hall is located.
  • Immediately after passing Huntington and Symphony Hall turn left at Westland Avenue (it is wide, but possibly not marked) Look for pillars 1/8th mile up street. Turn right onto Hemenway Street at the light just before the pillars. Go 3 blocks and come to another light. Go straight at the light onto Ipswich Street.
  • The building is 50 yards down the street on the left. If you go too far you will pass Fenway Park.