Boston five


A group of modernist painters active in Boston, they created expressive landscapes with an emphasis on a fauvist palette. Members of this group were: Harley Perkins, Charles Sidney Hopkinson, Charles Hovey Pepper, Marion Monks Chase and Carl Gordon Cutler. Beginning in 1920 and over the next 25 years, the group exhibited their works together at the Boston Art Club, Vose Galleries and the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard. Source: AskART biography of Harley Perkins.