Jensen Fine Arts is dedicated to offering the finest quality paintings and sculpture from the 19th to the 21st centuries. For over 30 years, we have been committed to establishing and expanding public and private collections by providing our clients with exceptional works of art. We strive to acquire paintings from our extensive American and European private resources that are fresh to the market. Our works encompass a variety of movements and recognized schools of art, with special emphasis on Hudson River, Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Ash Can, Boston School, Abstract Expressionist, Modernist, and Contemporary artists.
"My role in creating collections", writes art dealer and advisor, Diane McManus Jensen, "has been to help individuals discover and explore their interests in paintings, sculpture, and other forms of art." Diane encourages her clients to discover their own point of view, and enrich their lives through the beauty of art.
Jensen Fine Arts also offers comprehensive services and information regarding conservation, restoration, insurance, lighting, installation, and framing. Please make an appointment to discuss any of these topics, and/or the sale or consignment of your art work by contacting us:
Jensen Fine Arts
Diane McManus Jensen
115 Sewall Avenue
Brookline, MA 02446
Diane McManus Jensen, director of Jensen Fine Arts has professional experience as an advisor to individual and corporate collectors, foundations, and museums. She has produced outstanding scholarly exhibitions and catalogs in conjunction with various museums and private estates. She has also lectured and conducted presentations on art collecting. Diane is a member of the Mass. State Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and a former staff member of Vose Galleries of Boston. She served as chairman of the New England Committee of the Archives of American Art/Smithsonian Institution, where she is now a member. Diane has owned galleries in New York City and Marthas Vineyard.