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Victor Moscoso, "Neon Rose 1: Junior Wells and his Chicago Blues Band, and Steve Mann at the Matrix (27 December 1966–8 January)
Light My Fire: Rock Posters from the Summer of Love February 13, 2006 - August 13, 2006

In the spring of 1966, the Avalon Ballroom and the Fillmore Auditorium, two separate venues near the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco simultaneously began promoting weekly rock concerts by local musicians. The bands who played at these dance concerts—including Jefferson Airplane,...

Tateishi Harumi, "Clover," Japanese, Showa era, 1934
Tradition and Transformation: Japanese Art 1860-1940 January 27, 2006 - December 31, 2006

Immediately following the arrival of Commodore Matthew Perry’s “black ships” in 1853, Japan cast aside its self-imposed isolation from the international community and embarked upon an unprecedented program of modernization. The nation, under the leadership of Emperor Meiji,...

Edgar Degas, "Dancers in Rose," 1900. Pablo Picasso, "Woman at the Window," 1952.
Degas to Picasso: Modern Masters January 18, 2006 - July 23, 2006

“Degas to Picasso: Modern Masters” is an ambitious, kaleidoscopic survey of European art from 1900 to the 1960s. This unprecedented panorama of modernism from the MFA’s collection occupies the Torf and Trustman Galleries as well as the Museum’s Lower Rotunda, presenting a...

Juan Gris, "Still Life," 1915-16
Facets of Cubism December 7, 2005 - April 16, 2006

Cubism was the watershed moment of twentieth-century art. In about 1907 Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque broke sharply with traditions in western painting. They discarded pictorial illusionism and linear perspective to create images that reflected a new experience of everyday reality. As Picasso...

Shelley Reed, "Stealing Grapes (after Oudry)," 2005
2005 Maud Morgan Prize: Shelley Reed November 22, 2005 - December 11, 2005

A selection of striking paintings by Shelley Reed, recipient of the 2005 Maud Morgan prize, is on view in the Museum's Lower Rotunda through Dec 11. The works displayed include nine paintings created in 2005. Reed's haunting black-and-white paintings are inspired by seventeenth-century...

"Chief's Ring with Starburst," Akan, twentieth century
West African Gold: Akan Regalia from the Glassell Collection November 2, 2005 - March 26, 2006

The Akan peoples, one of the largest ethnic groups in Ghana and Ivory Coast, are culturally similar and speak closely related languages. They have always associated gold with wealth, power, and prestige. Rich local mines continue to provide this precious metal in an area of West Africa with a...

Katsumata Chieko, "Coral Sculpture," 1998
Contemporary Clay: Japanese Ceramics for the New Century October 6, 2005 - July 9, 2006

Japan today is home to the world's most vibrant ceramic culture, with many thousands of potters working the length and breadth of the country. Featuring 60 examples made by more than 35 artists over the last two decades, this exhibition-the first of its kind at the MFA-offers a snapshot of...

Makiko Minagawa, "Woman's Stole: 'Iznik Glass,'" 2003
Contemporary Cloth: Stoles by Minagawa Makiko October 6, 2005 - July 9, 2006

Innovation replaces tradition in the special exhibition of the luminous, textured shawls of cutting-edge designer Minagawa Makiko. Her sensual fabrics, such as the ikat-dyed silk doublecloth used in the stole Iznik Glass (above), are featured in the designs of Issey Miyake and now in her own line...

Zhang Huan, "Seeds of Hamburg," 2002
Zhang Huan: Seeds of Hamburg September 17, 2005 - January 16, 2006

“Zhang Huan: Seeds of Hamburg” showcases a powerful performance by Chinese artist Zhang Huan, known for his ritualistic body art. In 2002, at the Kunstverein in Hamburg, Germany, the artist coated himself in honey and birdseed, and entered a cage where doves pecked the seeds away....

Amedeo Modigliani, "Reclining Nude," 1917
Things I Love: The Many Collections of William I. Koch August 31, 2005 - November 27, 2005

Founder of The Oxbow Group, one of the top 500 privately held companies in America, William I. Koch is an international businessman, chemical engineer trained at MIT, world-class sailor, and devoted father. A benefactor of the Museum, Koch is also a passionate collector, described by The New York...

Ansel Adams, "Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico," 1941
Ansel Adams August 21, 2005 - January 4, 2006

Take a new look at the work of this great American landscape photographer through an outstanding selection of images from The Lane Collection. You’re likely to see an Ansel Adams you’ve never seen before. Because the exhibition is drawn from the largest private holding of his work in...

"Metallophone (Pat-Ta L À)," late 19th-early 20th century
Sounds of the Silk Road: Musical Instruments of Asia July 9, 2005 - January 8, 2006

Explore the rich traditions of Asian music in this exhibition of intricately designed instruments from throughout the continent—from Japan to Turkey, Tibet to Indonesia. The exhibition features well over 100 instruments from the MFA’s collections, augmented by loans. Paintings, prints...

Getsuzô, "By Destroying the Enemy Wire Entanglements [Japanese Forces] Capture the Enemy Fortress at Nanshan," 1904
A Much Recorded War: The Russo-Japanese War in History and Imagery July 1, 2005 - March 28, 2006

The first major military conflict of the modern age, the fierce campaigns of the Russo-Japanese War were closely observed by Japan and the West alike. This exhibition of Japanese prints, photographs, and postcards from the era commemorates the centennial of the 1905 signing of the Portsmouth Treaty...

Silver Horn, "The Once Famous Black Eagle of the Kiowa in Deadly Conflict with Ute Chief-Ute Killed," 1885
American West: Dust and Dreams July 1, 2005 - January 8, 2006

Inspired by the arrival of "Ansel Adams" in the Gund Gallery, we mined the riches of our collection of works on paper for prints, photographs, watercolors, and drawings that convey different visions of the Western landscape and its inhabitants—native peoples, gold miners, migrants,...

Loretta Pettway, “Medallion” Quilt, about 1960
The Quilts of Gee's Bend June 1, 2005 - August 21, 2005

See the quilts The New York Times called “some of the most miraculous works of modern art America has produced,” when this widely hailed exhibition stops in Boston on its nationwide tour. “The Quilts of Gee’s Bend” features more than sixty quilts made between 1930...

Peter Wozena, “Proposal for an Oldsmobile,” 1958
Future Retro: Drawings from the Great Age of American Automobiles April 21, 2005 - July 18, 2005

“Future Retro: Drawings from the Great Age of American Automobiles” showcases the beauty and ingenuity of American automotive design during the decades following World War II, a landmark period in car styling. Drawn entirely from the collection of Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf, this...

Norman Perceval Rockwell, "The Rookie (Red Sox Locker Room)," 1957
Rockwell and the Red Sox April 5, 2005 - June 19, 2005

"Rockwell and the Red Sox" honors Opening Day of the World Champion Boston Red Sox season. The display centers on The Rookie by beloved American artist Norman Rockwell. This famous painting, briefly on loan to the Museum and rarely seen in Boston, depicts the Red Sox locker room in 1957...

1938 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic Coupe. The Ralph Lauren Car Collection. Photograph © 2004 Michael Furman
Speed, Style, and Beauty: Cars from the Ralph Lauren Collection March 6, 2005 - July 3, 2005

More than any other modern artifact, the automobile dramatically changed the way we live. Like any art form, car design reflects changes in fashion, technology, and societal attitudes. In its first exhibition devoted to car design, the MFA displays sixteen magnificent automobiles from the...

"Marine mosaic (central panel of three panels from a floor)," 200–230 AD
Antioch Mosaic Conservation March 1, 2005 - March 15, 2006

Take advantage of this rare opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes view of our conservation staff at work. This intricate mosaic was excavated in the 1930s at the site of ancient Antioch, in what is now southeastern Turkey. The city was a center of culture and learning and its people were known...

Damien Hirst, "Away from the Flock," 1994
A Selection of Works by Damien Hirst from Various Collections January 24, 2005 - April 24, 2005

Among the most influential living artists, Damien Hirst has received both praise and contempt for his thoughtful and often provocative paintings, sculpture, and installations. As an art student at the University of London’s Goldsmiths College, Hirst organized "Freeze" in 1988, an...

Terry Frost, "Orchard Tambourines," 1999
Sets, Series, and Suites: Contemporary Prints January 19, 2005 - May 30, 2005

Ever since the 1890s, when Monet produced his influential serial paintings of cathedrals and haystacks, modern artists have been stimulated by the idea of working in series. From Kandinsky woodcuts, to Warhol screenprints, to Winters linocuts, twentieth-century artists have used prints to explore...

Anonymous, "Goshawk Mews," 17th century
Pursuits of Power: Falconry and the Samurai, 1600-1900 December 17, 2004 - June 6, 2005

The samurai of seventeenth-century Japan faced a perplexing new problem: peace. They needed new outlets for their military skills and energies. Falconry, the sport of hunting using trained birds of prey, suited these new needs perfectly. The fondness of early shoguns for falconry, both as a sport...

"Woman's Evening Dress," about 1858
High Style and Hoop Skirts: 1850s Fashion November 2, 2004 - March 13, 2005

The mid-nineteenth century was a fascinating period of industrial expansion, technical innovation, and exuberant fashion. As machines began to replace traditional hand sewing and the first synthetic dye was invented (in 1856), women’s fashions in particular represented a confluence of style...

Cerith Wyn Evans, "Look at that Picture...How Does It Appear to You Now? Does It Seem to Be Persisting?" 2003
Cerith Wyn Evans October 6, 2004 - January 30, 2005

The work of Cerith Wyn Evans defies easy categorization. After graduating from London’s Royal College of Art in 1984, Wyn Evans directed experimental films and music videos. He gained a reputation during the 1990s as an artist who transformed complex issues of communication and perception...

Norman Bel Geddes, "Manhattan cocktail set," 1937
Art Deco: 1910-1939 August 22, 2004 - January 9, 2005

Art Deco, arguably the most popular style of the twentieth century, is indelibly linked to the modern world. "Art Deco: 1910–1939" displays dazzling facets of the era, opening a door to an age of refined design, elegant lifestyle, and modern technologies. An overwhelming success at...

Josef Sudek, "A Walk in the Magic Garden," 1954
Josef Sudek: Poet With A Camera July 28, 2004 - April 3, 2005

Josef Sudek, known as "the poet of Prague" was one of the most original photographers of the twentieth century. This exhibition features his lyrically expressive still lifes, landscapes, and architectural views from the recently acquired Sonja Bullaty and Angelo Lomeo Collection,...

Proto-Panaitian Group, "Drinking cup (kylix) depicting pentathletes," 510-500 B.C.
Games for the Gods: The Greek Athlete and the Olympic Spirit July 21, 2004 - November 28, 2004

Athletics were a key component of ancient Greek life from the founding of the Olympic Games in 776 B.C. until the banishment of pagan festivals and games in the late fourth century A.D. The MFA has one of the best collections of such imagery. The objects in this tour represent a wide range of dates...

Tim Noble and Sue Webster, "Sunset over Manhattan," 2003
Tim Noble & Sue Webster April 21, 2004 - September 6, 2004

Bright lights, piles of rubbish, and shadowy figures characterize urban centers; they are also the primary elements in the art of the British team Tim Noble and Sue Webster. Since their 1996 London solo exhibition, "British Rubbish," Noble and Webster have created a thoughtful body of...

Artist unknown, "To Tomita Beach," early Showa era, 1936
Art of the Japanese Postcard: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection March 10, 2004 - June 6, 2004

During the first decades of the twentieth century, the new medium of the postcard quickly replaced the traditional woodblock print as the favored tableau for contemporary Japanese images. Hundreds of millions of postcards were produced to meet the demands of a public eager to acquire pictures of...

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Draped In Dragons: Chinese Court Costume December 3, 2003 - September 19, 2004

The dragon was considered the king of animals in Chinese culture and the symbol was often incorporated into lavish costumes brocaded and embroidered with silk and gold-metallic yarns. The jifu, or dragon robe as it became known in the West, was the most common type of dress worn by Chinese court...

Johannes Vermeer, "Young Woman with a Water Pitcher," 1662
Dutch Interiors in the Age of Vermeer November 19, 2003 - February 22, 2004

Thanks to the generosity of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the MFA had the unparalleled opportunity to exhibit a beautiful and rare painting: Johannes Vermeer’s Young Woman with a Water Pitcher. For a limited time only, this work was on view in the Matthew and Edna Goodrich Brown Gallery...

"Libation Cup," 1736-95. Collection of Alan and Simone Hartman.
Chinese Jades from the Hartman Collection August 23, 2003 - November 3, 2004

The essence of immortality—6,000 years of jade on view The Chinese appreciate jade for its beauty, but also as a symbol of five human virtues: kindness, integrity, wisdom, courage, and purity. Jade is also believed to provide protection from harm and to preserve immortality. "Chinese...

Jacques Callot, "Man Bowing (Nobility of Lorraine),"1620-3
Callot and His World: Princes, Paupers, and Pageants July 23, 2003 - January 25, 2004

Jacques Callot (1592-1635) was one of the most important European graphic artists of his time, and his neat, precise etching style influenced printmakers for nearly three hundred years. Born in Lorraine, Callot learned printmaking in Italy, where he created a multitude of sprightly prints for the...

Antonio Lopez Garcia, "Sink and Mirror," 1967
A Singular Vision: The Melvin Blake and Frank Purnell Legacy February 4, 2003 - July 18, 2003

The MFA has acquired the most important paintings, drawings, and sculpture from an exceptional collection assembled by the late Melvin Blake (a maxillofacial surgeon) and Frank Purnell (radiologist), both of New York. Beginning in the 1960s and throughout the next four decades, they assembled a...

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Adam Fuss September 25, 2002 - January 12, 2003

At a moment in time when large format, digitally manipulated color photographs compete with paintings for our attention, Adam Fuss continues to make pictures of unrivaled beauty and mystery with traditional and historical photographic techniques. His exploration of the processes for making...

"Lion Cub," Predynastic, Naqada III–Dynasty 1, ca. 3300–2900 B.C.
Annual Summer Masterwork Exchange with the Metropolitan Museum of Art July 5, 2002 - September 2, 2002

Cuddly lions are generally not associated with Egypt, where these awesome beasts often serve as temple guardians or symbolize the power of kingship. However, this lovable feline from the Met--its head resting puppylike on its paws--dates to the Early Dynastic Period, a formative era in Egyptian art...

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Building A Collection: Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Art April 24, 2002 - August 18, 2002

The artworks in "Building a Collection" share two important qualities: each is a significant addition to the Museum’s distinguished collection, and each was recently acquired through donation or purchase. This gathering of work reveals the broad definition of contemporary art at the...

"Ruby cup with plum blossom," Chinese, early 18th century
Earth Transformed: Chinese Ceramics October 28, 2001 - July 18, 2003

"Earth Transformed: Chinese Ceramics in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston," was a special installation of 79 Chinese ceramics from the museum's renowned collection, including 30 new acquisitions, that coincided with the publication of the catalogue: Earth Transformed. Seventy-nine...

Huntington Entrance on the Avenue of the Arts at dusk
Fashion Photographs by William Wegman October 21, 2001 - January 6, 2002

In the late 90's, Photographer William Wegman began making large-format Polaroid portraits of his dogs dressed in contemporary designer fashions. This exhibition, which featured the artist's favorite models wearing couture clothing as well as stylish hats, handbags and shoes, was organized...

Ellen Day Hale, "Self Portrait," 1885
A Studio of Her Own: Women Artists in Boston 1870-1940 August 15, 2001 - December 2, 2001

"A Studio of Her Own: Women Artists in Boston 1870-1940," presents over eighty of the finest paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts created by women at the turn of the last century. Drawn equally from the MFA's holdings, other museums and institutions, and private collections, the...

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Art of the Natural World: Recent Gifts from the Rosenblum Family Collection June 2, 2001 - December 2, 2001

For more than a millennium, the integral relationship between nature and art has been a highly revered belief in Chinese culture, particularly among the literati (scholar-gentlemen). These men had great respect for nature’s ability to create its own "works of art." They avidly...

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American Folk April 8, 2001 - August 5, 2001

A lively display of extraordinary objects created by ordinary people, “American Folk” is the first major exhibition of folk art at the Museum. Showcasing our pioneering collection and enriched by important works lent by area collectors, the exhibition features monumental family...

F. Holland Day, "The Seven Last Words," 1898
Art and the Camera: The Photographs of F. Holland Day December 6, 2000 - March 25, 2001

This exhibition presented the multifaceted aspects of the life and work of the fascinating Boston figure Fred Holland Day, a turn-of-the-century eccentric who made significant contributions to artistic photography. Initially, Day made his name in fine book publishing, founding with his friend...

John La Farge, "Wild Roses," 1880
Boston 1900 November 11, 2000 - March 18, 2001

The sophistication and elegance of fin-de-siècle Boston was expressed in this exhibition of drawings, prints, posters, and books by artists working in Boston in the decades around 1900. Some one hundred works on paper, as well as a few oil paintings and decorative objects, explored the...

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Dangerous Curves: Art of the Guitar November 5, 2000 - February 25, 2001

From the royal courts of Europe to the fans at Woodstock, the guitar has captivated audiences for centuries. In the first exhibition dedicated to its visual design and evolution, "Dangerous Curves: Art of the Guitar" revealed how fashion, technology, and musical tastes have literally...

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Charlotte Salomon: Life? or Theatre? August 9, 2000 - October 29, 2000

In response to personal tragedies and a world darkening with the rise of Nazi persecution, a young German Jewish woman created a series of small paintings remarkable for their inventiveness and the intimate story they reveal. However, equally impressive is the fact that, unlike their creator, who...

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Christian Boltanski: Reflexion August 9, 2000 - November 12, 2000

The simplicity of the materials used to create "Reflexion" belie the overwhelming effect of this evocative installation conceived by contemporary French artist Christian Boltanski (born 1944). Although a generation apart from Charlotte Salomon, Boltanski has also found his biography...

Dorothy Ashton, Sampler, 1764
Common Threads: A Showcase of Samplers March 25, 2000 - July 23, 2000

Whether made by schoolgirls to practice their needlework skills, by amateur embroiderers to collect stitches and patterns, or by professionals to provide examples of their work, samplers have served to display the best in embroidery techniques. For centuries, both designs and stitches have remained...

Edward Weston, "Sand Dunes, Oceano, California," 1936
Edward Weston: Photography and Modernism March 19, 2000 - May 28, 2000

In 1927, a noted critic proclaimed photography "the new art of the twentieth century" and Edward Weston among its few "unquestioned masters." Weston (1886-1958) is best known for his still-lifes of peppers and shells, his heroic portraits, and his abstract close-ups of nudes,...

Nan Freeman, "Tiara I," 1999
Crowning Glories: Two Centuries of Tiaras March 1, 2000 - June 25, 2000

Tiaras, long associated with grand occasions and glamorous women, were once at the top of the hierarchy of jewelry. From the late eighteenth century until well into the twentieth, tiaras were potent symbols of high rank and affluence and were displayed at court ceremonies, gala evenings, and the...

Feridun Özgören, "Ebru with Calligraphy," 1993
Ebrû: Contemporary Marbling by Feridun Özgören October 15, 1999 - April 12, 2000

Paper marbling, ebrû in Turkish, is a traditional art of the Islamic world. The marbler creates the colorful, swirling patterns of ebrû by floating paints on a liquid and picking them up on paper. Feridun Özgören, a Turkish artist living in Boston, adapts traditional ebr...

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Drawn to Design June 5, 1999 - November 7, 1999

This exhibition brought together working and presentation drawings and watercolors for the decorative arts from the Renaissance to the present. Based on the Museum’s permanent collection, including many recent acquisitions, and enriched by loans from private collections, "Drawn to Design...

Ram's head rhyton, Near Eastern, Iranian, Persian, Iron Age, 3rd century B.C.
Ancient Gold: The Wealth of the Thracians: Treasures from the Republic of Bulgaria April 3, 1999 - June 6, 1999

The greatest concentration of gold and silver treasure from ancient Europe has come to light in the Republic of Bulgaria, the heart of the territory of the ancient Thracians. The finest of the Bulgarian finds form the core of this exhibition. Some of Bulgaria’s gold treasures date from...

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Fashions and Fabric in a Classical Mode March 24, 1999 - July 25, 1999

Art of the ancient Mediterranean world has been a vital and enduring source of inspiration for artists. Since Rome’s conquest of Greece and adoption of its artistic legacy, artists have looked to the classical world in search of forms to lend beauty and prestige to art of their own era. While...

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Abelardo Morell and the Camera Eye February 17, 1999 - April 11, 1999

Through the eye of his camera, Abelardo Morell explores with the ways in which we perceive our everyday world. His pictures magically transform the familiar, forcing us to look at objects of daily life from new and surprising points of view. Morell started taking pictures that explore reality and...

Pictorial Carpet, Northern Indian (Lahore), Mughal Dynasty, about 1590-1600
Ambassadors from the East: Oriental Rugs in the MFA September 30, 1998 - January 24, 1999

 In 1893 the Museum of Fine Arts acquired its first important carpet: an action-packed pictorial rug woven during the reign of Mughal Indian emperor Akbar (1556–1605). Donated by the widow of Boston capitalist Frederick L. Ames, this carpet had been selected for Ames’s house by the...

Beauty Contest Past Exhibition 1998
Beauty Contest: Quality in Prints May 16, 1998 - November 8, 1998

This exhibition explored the multiple nature of original prints. From the 1890s on, the Museum’s print collection has been characterized by the collecting and exhibiting of more than one impression from a single engraving or etching plate, woodblock, or lithography stone. The comparison of...

Arthur G. Dove, "Dancing Willows," about 1944
Arthur G. Dove: Mixing Media April 14, 1998 - October 25, 1998

In his exploration of color and form, the American modernist painter Arthur G. Dove (1880-1946) pushed the limits of the materials he used in his finished pieces, creating strongly evocative images. This installation presents watercolors, studies in mixed media, and other works on paper that are...

Wallace and Gromit. All images © Aardman Animations
An Adventure with Wallace & Gromit March 31, 1998 - August 31, 1998

Wallace & Gromit, Aardman Animation's Oscar-winning clay animation duo, were featured at the MFA in 1998. Daily screenings of the acclaimed trilogy "A Grand Day Out," "The Wrong Trousers," and "A Close Shave" invited visitors to become fully acquainted...

A Grand Design: The Art of the Victoria and Albert Museum
A Grand Design: The Art of the Victoria and Albert Museum February 25, 1998 - May 17, 1998

This exhibition celebrated London's Victoria and Albert Museum—the largest and most important museum of the decorative arts in the world. Its collections of more than four million objects include furniture, textiles, ceramics, glass, silver, sculpture, paintings, books, prints, drawings...

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America Draws October 11, 1997 - April 12, 1998

Drawing has always played a vital role in American art-making. The traditional practice of drawing from the human figure (which originated in European art academies in the sixteenth century) was an essential component of artistic training from the founding of the first art academies in the United...

"Brisé fan," Canton (for export), China, 1700-25
Chinoiserie: The Lure of the East July 4, 1997 - November 9, 1997

The imaginative style of decoration known as chinoiserie reflects a fascination by Westerners with the luxurious wares of Asia that reaches back into antiquity. For centuries, exchange between East and West was sporadic, and Cathay (China) remained more a myth than a reality.  But during...

Albrecht Dürer, "The Fall of Man (Adam and Eve)," 1504
Dürer in His Time February 15, 1997 - September 7, 1997

The German painter and printmaker Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) was one of history's most creative graphic artists. The central figure in Northern European printmaking in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, Dürer bridged the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The MFA...

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Dressing Up: Children's Fashions 1720-1920 November 20, 1996 - March 23, 1997

"Dressing Up: Children's Fashions 1720-1920" illustrated the developments in children's clothing from the early eighteenth century through the beginning of the twentieth century. More than forty costumes, predominantly from the Museum's permanent collection, were on view along...

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