Spring at Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Boston Museum of Fine Arts

One of our favorite places for artistic inspiration is the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. This spring, you’ll discover exhibits and artwork that span various exciting areas of human creativity, from craftwork to Caravaggio to Cezanne. Along with the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the MFA presents the best of the art world. No trip to Beantown is complete without an afternoon spent at this famous institution! Explore the colors of spring through the art of quiltwork, with a new exhibition of fascinating quilt art from the Pilgrim/Roy Collection. The exhibit, entitled, “Quilts and Color” showcases the creativity and innovation of these works of art reinterpreted a functional household item in a whole new way. A collection acquired by Paul Pilgrim and Gerald Roy, this selection of almost 60 different works explores the variations of … [Read more...]

Boston Museum of Fine Arts Fall 2013

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Art may be timeless, but special exhibits never stand still at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. For all of you art lovers coming to Boston this season, here’s a preview of the late summer and fall special exhibits at one of the most prestigious art museums in the country. From fashion to nature and beyond, the content and aesthetic range of these special exhibits is the perfect mix to bring us into the refreshing New England fall. You’ll see everything from art nouveau posters to crushed velvet blazers at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts this season – so stop by soon! Hippie Chic July 16 - November 11, 2013 When I first heard about this exhibit, I was absolutely thrilled. Fashion exhibits seem to be in this year (with the “Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity” exhibit at the Art Institute of Chicago proving to be a wild success), and with this exhibit the Boston Museum of … [Read more...]