Galleries in Fenway

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360 Huntington Ave
Boston,
MA
US

The MFA features 450,000 works of art that range from Egyptian artifacts to contemporary masterworks. The latter category is spotlighted in a gallery designed by famed architect I. M. Pei. Works by Andy Warhol, Anne Truitt, and Mark Bradford are arranged in chronological order beneath a stunning glass ceiling.

465 Huntington Ave
Boston,
MA
US

From a single Newbury Street storefront that first opened its doors in 1939, the Johnson Paint Company equips artists and renovators with a full spectrum of painting products and supplies to complete creative and residential projects. Customers browse paints, exterior stains, and eco-friendly products as friendly staff advise them on the best tools for their projects so that first-time clowns will apply the appropriate paint to their faces instead of just primer. Brighten rooms with a fresh coat of Benjamin Moore Regal Select ($48.99/gallon) or Benjamin Moore Aura ($63.99/gallon) and disguise wallpaper with a colorful new identity behind Farrow & Ball ($85/gallon) and Donald Kaufman ($110/gallon) pigment. Johnson Paint Company specializes in hard-to-find items such as dutch kalsomine, powdered pigments, and aniline dyes, saving customers from hand-grinding ochres and iron oxides in private workshops.

355 Newbury St
Boston,
MA
US

791 Tremont St
Boston,
MA
US

It's hard to believe Isabella Stewart Gardner passed away more than 90 years ago. Her spirit is still very much present within the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, where the entirety of her collection?more than 30 centuries worth of artwork?remains on permanent display. Ms. Gardner thought that a walk through the museum should be a kind of artwork in itself, which is why she placed the paintings, sculptures, and other objects in ways that would give them new meaning for visitors.

  • Size: In a historic palace, three floors showcase more than 2,500 works from ancient Rome to 19th Century America?including a new wing that hosts special exhibitions, concerts, and lectures
  • Eye Catcher: A breathtaking courtyard juxtaposed by a new wing by architect Renzo Piano
  • A Museum Self-Portrait: meet the museum's founder face to face in the Gothic Room, where her 1888 portrait hangs from the wall
  • Don't Miss: Look down in the courtyard to see a tile mosaic imported from a Second Century villa in Rome
  • The Building: The museum's look and floor plan recall that of a 15th-century Venetian palace, along with a Renzo Piano?designed wing
  • Special Programs: Lectures on landscape and architecture, museum exhibitions, live musical performances in styles from classical to jazz, and an artist-in-residence program
280 Fenway
Boston,
MA
US

238 Newbury Street
Boston,
MA
US