est. 1966 

 OPEN FOR THE 52nd year

Waldo Peirce and Family


 Waldo Peirce


Bangor and Searsport, ME, Newburyport, MA

Double Rainbow

Peirce's sons, Michael and Bill,
and daughter, Anna

oil on canvas 22" x 30"

Signed and dated 1948 lower left


Internationally recognized as specialists in fine paintings and Russian Icons and representing a wide variety of 19th and 20th century American and European Art, including old prints and maps, etchings, oriental prints and watercolors. Liros Gallery is a second generation art dealership with its roots in Europe. We offer a large selection of custom picture framing. Art restoration and conservation of paintings and frames are done on the premises. Serge L. Liros appraises art by appointment.

14 Parker Point Road
P.O. Box 946
Blue Hill, ME 04614


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Alzira Boehm Peirce


Bangor, ME,

Flowers- yellow

Oil on Canvas 30"x 22"

Signed "A.P." lower right

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  George Daniell


Trenton, Maine


Water color on Paper
24 x 18 inches


$1400. framed




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Carroll Berry Thayer

1886- 1978

c. 1966

Winter- Deer Isle- Maine Coast

Dearborn 126

Wood engraving, chiaroscuro

10 7/8" x 12 3/4 "

Hand signed, framed amd matted


Other Berry prints available:
Carroll Thayer Berry



 Russian Icon

19th century


The people of Constantinople who were threatened by the Sareen invasion were saved by the Mother of God after they fled to the Church of Valkhernae, where she held a veil in her hands and spread it over the crowd as a sign of protection.

Egg tempera, silver ground

12" x 14.5"