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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and 4 other must-see Boston attractions

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Jamie Wyeth

Open through December 28, 2014

Jamie Wyeth, Kleberg (detail), 1984. Oil on canvas. Terra Foundation for American Art, Chicago, Daniel J. Terra Collection, 1992.164. © Jamie Wyeth.

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Goya: Order and Disorder

Open through January 9, 2015

JFrancisco Goya y Lucientes, Seated Giant (detail), by 1818. Aquatint with burnishing and scraping, first state. Katherine E. Bullard Fund in memory of Francis Bullard.

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Jasper Johns: Picture Puzzles

Open through January 4, 2015

Jasper Johns, Fragment of a Letter, 2010. Printer and Publisher: Universal Limited Art Editions, Inc., New York. Etching and aquatint on two sheets of handmade paper. Lee M. Friedman Fund.

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Hollywood Glamour: Fashion and Jewelry from the Silver Screen

Open through March 8, 2015

Joan Crawford suite of jewelry. By: Verger Freres, French, founded in 1911. Worn by: Joan Crawford, American, 1905–1977. French, about 1935. Gold, diamond, and aquamarine. Promised gift of Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf.

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Art of the Americas

More than 5000 paintings, sculpture, furniture, works on paper, textiles, and decorative arts tell the story of the art of the Americas from the prehistoric times to the present day.

John Singer Sargent's The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit

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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

The MFA is one of the world’s great art museums with the finest collection of Monets outside of Paris, treasures from Egypt and the ancient world, and a collection of Asian art unrivaled in the Western world. On display in the Art of the Americas Wing are 5,000 glorious examples of art, including the iconic silver Liberty Bowl by Paul Revere.

CityPASS Admission

General admission to all permanent and special exhibits featuring masterpieces of art from around the world and across the ages.

Avenue of the Arts
465 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115

617-267-9300
617-369-3188 TTY

mfa.org

Sat-Tue, 10am-4:45pm

Wed-Fri, 10am-9:45pm

Closed New Year's Day, Patriot's Day (3rd Monday in April), Fourth of July, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day

CityPASS Entry

Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at ticket desk of any entrance to exchange for an admission ticket.

Special Exhibits Included with CityPASS

Jamie Wyeth
Open through December 28, 2014
The first comprehensive retrospective of artist Jamie Wyeth will examine his imaginative approach to realism over the course of six decades, from his earliest childhood drawings through various recurring themes inspired by the people, places, and objects that populate his world. A member of a family of artists, Jamie Wyeth has followed a unique path, training with his aunt Carolyn after leaving school at age 11, studying anatomy in a New York City morgue and working in Andy Warhol’s New York studio, The Factory. Jamie Wyeth will include approximately 100 paintings, works on paper, illustrations, and assemblages created by the artist, many in a range of "combined mediums," his preferred term for the distinctive technique he brings to his compositions.

Goya: Order and Disorder
Open through January 9, 2015
One of the titans of European art, Francisco Goya (1746–1828) witnessed a time of revolution and sweeping change in thought and behavior. As 18th-century culture gave way to the modern era, Goya’s penetrating gaze sought new means to capture human experience, both as he observed it, and as his imagination and artistic gifts transformed it. Goya: Order and Disorder takes an innovative approach, organizing the extreme variety of the artist’s output thematically. The exhibition employs the poles of order and disorder to structure Goya’s creativity, moving from dignified portraits and daily rituals to the chaos of war and the pandemonium of the Bordeaux bull ring. The largest Goya exhibition in North America in a quarter century, Goya: Order and Disorder is on view only at the MFA.

Jasper Johns: Picture Puzzles
Open through January 4, 2015
One of the greatest American draftsmen and creative printmakers from the 1960s to the present, Jasper Johns introduced new conceptual ideas about representation by focusing on signs and symbols that were inherently flat, such as numbers, flags, and targets. His works often involve a playful dialogue between art and illusion, between three-dimensionality and flatness, and between images and words. The artist’s prints are sophisticated variations on his paintings, and the idea of serial repetition with variation also plays a prominent role in his work. Jasper Johns: Picture Puzzles consists of 22 works by Johns, including prints, drawings, and relief sculpture.

Hollywood Glamour: Fashion and Jewelry from the Silver Screen
Open through March 8, 2015
Hollywood Glamour: Fashion and Jewelry from the Silver Screen presents designer gowns and exquisite jewelry from the 1930s and ‘40s—the most glamorous years of Hollywood film. The exhibition focuses on the iconic style of sultry starlets of the period, including Gloria Swanson, Anna May Wong, Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Mae West, and Joan Crawford. Along with eye-catching gowns once worn by famous figures and the sparkling jewels that contributed to their allure from the MFA and private collections, photography by Edward Steichen along with period photographs, film stills, and film clips capture the style of the silver screen era.

Advice for Visitors

  • Weekday afternoons are the least-crowded.
  • Daily Programming: free guided tours, gallery talks, films, lectures, and family programs; see details.

On-site Services

Parking: Limited paid parking next to the museum; spaces available for visitors with disabilities.

Dining: Bravo Restaurant, New American Café, Garden Cafeteria, Taste Restaurant

Accessibility: Contact MFA regarding access, ASL tours, tours for the blind, and other accommodations: (617) 369‑3189 (voice), (617) 369‑3188 (TTY), access@mfa.org; see details.

Self-Guide: Audio tour available at all MFA ticket desks. Adult $6, children (17 and under) $4. Includes: select exhibition tours, collection highlights in English, Spanish, Japanese, French, and Russian, 20-stops for families, and in-depth explorations of the Classical and Ancient Near Eastern galleries.

Gift Shop: Museum Bookstore & Shops

Coat Check: At each entrance, free

Getting There

MBTA: Take the E train on the Green Line to the Museum of Fine Arts stop or the Orange Line to the Ruggles stop.

Old Town Trolley Tour: Stop 11 (nearest)


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