Boston International Fine Art Show to Make Its Fourth Run

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BOSTON--The Boston International Fine Art Show (BIFAS), a show for contemporary and traditional fine art, returns Nov. 9 to 12 for its fourth annual show at The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts.

BIFAS features 45 galleries from across the United States, Europe and Canada, and approximately one-third of the invited galleries are from Boston. The array of works include 17th to 20th century paintings, mixed media, works on paper, sculpture, ancient art, fine prints and photography. Last year, the show also broadened its range to include contemporary studio furniture, glass and ceramic sculpture. This fall, the show's contemporary component will include some of the first works being created in the 21st century.

Among the galleries participating this year are international exhibitors such as Galerie Adriana Schmidt (Stuttgart, Germany), Newzones Gallery (Alberta, Canada), Gladwell & Company (London), and La Gallery (Paris). Other galleries include The Walker Collection (Los Angeles), which handles the estate of M. …