Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - Google Cultural Institute
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world with a collection that speaks to the breadth, richness, and diversity of artistic expression, from prehistoric times to modern day.
World-renowned pieces by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Gauguin, and Renoir, as well as the finest group of Monets outside of Paris, share space with mummies, sculpture, ceramics, and gold from ancient Egypt, Greece, the Near East, and the Roman Empire.
A wealth of art produced in North, Central, and South America is displayed in the four spectacular floors of the Art of the Americas Wing. Dramatic displays allow you to enjoy paintings, sculpture, furniture, decorative arts, and fashion in the context and era of their origin.
The ancient treasures and delicate wonders in our Asian art collection are unrivaled in size, scope, and distinction; and the serenity of our Japanese Buddhist Temple Room provides a welcome respite for those who seek it.
Nearby, contemporary art offers new perspectives, encouraging you to make connections between the art of the past and the art of today.
Welcome to the New MFA:
Take a tour of the new Art of the Americas wing with Director Malcolm Rogers as your guide. The new wing opened to the public November 20, 2010.