The following companies and many more may double or triple your support for the Museum by matching your MFA Fund gift or your membership.
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A planned gift can benefit you as well as the Museum or other charitable organizations that you value.
The Sargent Society honors the thoughtful generosity and foresight of individuals who have provided support for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, through their wills, life income arrangements, personal trusts, or other long-term gifts.
One of the simplest ways to make a planned gift to the MFA is through a bequest in your will or a provision in your living trust. You may indicate that the MFA is to be the recipient of a specific amount, a percentage of your estate, or a particular piece of property.
The Denman Waldo Ross Society was established in 2003 to honor individuals, corporations, and foundations who assist the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, with the critical goal of continuing to grow and enhance its world-renowned collections.
The study of provenance is a traditional part of art historical research, as an object’s chain of ownership can inform a scholarly understanding of the work of art itself: its function, condition, and its place in the history of taste and collecting.
The MFA’s procedures and policies relating to acquisitions and provenance
On Thursday, September 28, 2006, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) transferred 13 antiquities to Italy and signed an agreement with the Italian…