A Studio of Her Own
August 15, 2001 – December 2, 2001
Women Artists in Boston 1870-1940
“A Studio of Her Own: Women Artists in Boston 1870-1940,” presents over eighty of the finest paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts created by...
Art of the Natural World
June 2, 2001 – December 2, 2001
Recent Gifts from the Rosenblum Family Collection
For more than a millennium, the integral relationship between nature and art has been a highly revered belief in Chinese culture, particularly...
American FolkApril 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....
Art and the Camera
December 6, 2000 – March 25, 2001
The Photographs of F. Holland Day
This exhibition presented the multifaceted aspects of the life and work of the fascinating Boston figure Fred Holland Day, a turn-of-the-century...
Boston 1900November 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...
November 5, 2000 – February 25, 2001
Art of the Guitar
From the royal courts of Europe to the fans at Woodstock, the guitar has captivated audiences for centuries. In the first exhibition dedicated to...
August 9, 2000 – October 29, 2000
Life? or Theatre?
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...
March 25, 2000 – July 23, 2000
A Showcase of Samplers
Whether made by schoolgirls to practice their needlework skills, by amateur embroiderers to collect stitches and patterns, or by professionals to...