An elegant period drawing room opens to visitors for the first time in decades.

This grand drawing room, whose cast-iron fireback is dated 1748, comes from Newland House, a 17th-century manor house in Gloucestershire, England. The MFA installed it as a period room in 1931, and it closed to visitors in the 1970s. Now reassembled with a new ceiling, it is furnished with period furniture, decorative arts, and paintings.
Hear from the curator and conservator as they describe the room's many levels of decoration.

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