In the 19th-century Netherlands, painters took inspiration from the lively artistic world of Rembrandt two centuries earlier. As the country sought a national culture after 50 years of upheaval, artists sought to...
The exhibition highlights not only the now-famous Gentileschi, but also 17 other women who succeeded in the male-dominated art world of a fascinating period.
The paintings in “The Poetry of Nature” reveal the natural wonders that sparked the first artistic movement in the United States, inspiring a loosely knit group of 19th-century artists to create paintings that present nature as spiritually renewing and culturally defining.
A total of 510 artists from around the world submitted 830 works for the three-person jury’s consideration, but in the end, only 114 artists will participate in this exhibition.
This key figure in American art and art education is known for his lush ...
By embracing an organic approach to collecting and by freely integrating multiple subjects, time frames, and media, the Lynches created lively conversations about artistic creativity, regional styles, and evolving traditions in America.
The yearlong celebration aims to bring more people closer to art and the MFA—signaling aspirations for the Museum’s future.
This selection from a major private collection introduces a world of intensely, and sometimes disturbingly, vivid imagery.
This exhibition boasts significant works of art by the most dynamic artists to work in this period in France, including ...
“Industry, Work, Society, and Travails in the Depression Era” will feature 95 works of art, mostly dating from the 1930s.