Thursday, October 8, 2015

Impressive art collections in Boston Museum of Fine Arts @ Boston, Massachusetts

Museum of Fine Arts is among the largest museum in the United States with almost half a million collections. The collections and exhibits range from the ancient to contemporary. The buildings themselves are gorgeous and worth seeing. You will need at least 3 hours to cover this huge museum. The display are well organized, diverse and neat. The admission fee to this museum is quite steep at USD25.00. I am quite lucky to reach Boston on wednesday. On wednesday night after 4.00pm, admission is by voluntary contribution (pay any amount that you wish).


Boston Museum of Fine Arts.


Vast painting collections in this room.

The Questioner of the Sphinx.


Church, god and Jesus.




Egyptian section with variety of antiquities.

Mummy collections.

Famous pieces of Pablo Picasso - Tate de femme.

Pablo Picasso - Standing figure

The Art of the English Regency Gallery, inspired by antique draped interior designs of the early 19th century, features a tented fabric ceiling and approximately fifty objects, many of which have never been on public display. A focal point in the room is a gilt bronze and jewel-encrusted bust of George IV, presented by the royal family to the king’s physician.

Carmelina by Henri Matisse.

Reclining nude by Henri Matisse.

Portrait.

Religious based statue.

Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? by Paul Gauguin a French painter.

Kristin and Roger Servison gallery.

C. Kevin and G.Barrie Landry gallery.

When talking about history, who can miss out Napoleon Bonaparte.

Nude by William McGregor Paxton.

Cherub Holding Cornucopias of Cherries represent abundance, and wearing a necklace of coral to ensure good fortune, protection from evil, and fertility.

Virgin and Child with Saint Jerome.

Virgin and child with Saint John the baptist by Sandro Botticelli.

Gore painting of Salome with the Head of Saint John the Baptist by Bernardino Luini. The Bible’s gospel of Mark recounts how King Herod, captivated by the dancing of his stepdaughter, Salome, offered her any reward. At her mother’s urging, Salome requested the head of John the Baptist, who had criticized her mother’s marriage.

Godfrey Lowell Cabot by Lilla Cabot Perry. Inherited art gift to Museum of Fine Arts by Louis Wellington Cabot.

Antique furnitures.

Gallery of statues.

Stained glass.


Works of Herb Ritts, a famous American photographer.

Nude Study of Thomas E. McKeller by John Singer Sargent.

Painting of children. The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit in 1882 by John Singer Sargent.

Impressive work of arts.

Angels are common features of arts during the Renaissance period.

Judith with the Head of Holofernes. Old Testament heroines feature prominently in Jan Massys’s body of work, particularly as nudes. Here he portrays Judith, who saved her fellow Israelites from the forces of Assyrian king Nebuchadnezzar by beheading his general Holofernes.

Mrs. Billington (1765/1768-1818) as Saint Cecilia by George Romney, a English painter.

Huge paintings. Seating to admire the arts.

European style bedroom.

English decorative arts.

English dining table.

Dining room.

Fighter.

Paintings.

Art display with a dog statue.

Paintings and statues.

Painting of Jesus.

Well organized display.


English fire place.

Pewter display.

English room.

Ceramics display.

Modern arts.

Long hallway of photograph display.

Behind the scenes of how the art works being restored.

The eating place was impressive.

Selfie inside Museum of Fine Arts.

Restaurant and shop.



Internal structures of Museum of Fine Arts.

Come and visit Museum of Fine Arts.

Before I go, a selfie :-)

GPS/Coordinate: 42.339365, -71.094069
Address: 465 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115, United States.
Public transport: Boston light rail on E line.
Entrance fee: USD25.00
Website: Museum of Fine Arts

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