Monday, November 2, 2015

Harvard Art Museums @ Cambridge, Massachusetts

The Harvard Art Museums is part of Harvard University and comprise three museums: the Fogg Museum, the Busch-Reisinger Museum, and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum. The art collections are particularly good for World History study. The collections cover a vast history of art, ranging from Ancient Greece and Rome, China, the Middle East, as well as great masterpieces from Europe and the Americas.

Harvard Art Museums.

Main lobby of the museum.

Painting by Paul Delvaux. Painted in 1938 oil on canvas, The Greeting (The Meeting).

Woman in the night by famous Spanish painter Joan Miro.

Poemes Barbares by Paul Gauguin.

Landscape of bathing women by Erich Heckel from Germany.

Salome by Lovis Corinth from Germany.

Restoration room.

The restoration room has quite a complete tools.

Modern art.

New Glory by Robert Indiana.

Egyptian statues.

Romans of the Decadence by Thomas Couture.

Abstract sculpture. The walking man.

The Holy Family with infant Saint John the Baptist and Saint Elizabeth by Nicolas Poussin.

Jeanne Antoinette Poisson by Francois Boucher.

Calliope mourning Homer.

Nude seems to be favourite among the painters. Odalisque with a slave.

Religious stained glass. Scene from the life of Thomas Becket.

Summer scene.

This is the most interesting art. Pee body. Sculpture by Kiki Smith.

Outside the Harvard Art Museums.

GPS/Coordinate: 42.374204, -71.114404
Address: 32 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA 02138, United States.
Public transport: Harvard station via Boston subway.
Opening hours: Daily 10.00am to 5.00pm. Except public holidays.
Entrance fee: USD15.00 for adult.


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