Now available: Additional images from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The ARTstor Digital Library and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston have collaborated to share more than 1,300 additional images of art and artifacts from the museum’s permanent collection.
This release includes photographs by Ansel Adams, Sugimoto Hiroshi, Man Ray, and Alfred Stieglitz; paintings by John Singleton Copley, Arthur Dove, Edward Hopper, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Joseph Stella; earthenware by SaraFina Gutierrez Tafoya and Diego Romero; furniture by Charles Eames; dresses by Charles James and Geoffrey Beene; drawings by Silver Horn (Huangooah); and objects from the 5th century A.D. to the 20th century.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston houses a collection of 450,000 objects from around the world and across the ages. The Art of the Ancient World collection ranks among the premier encyclopedic collections in the world, representing more than 7,000 years of art from Nubia, Egypt, the Near East, Cyprus, Anatolia, Greece, and Italy. Also noteworthy are the museum’s holdings in Asian art, with works dating from 4,000 BC and encompassing Japanese, Chinese, and Indian painting and sculpture, Japanese prints and metalwork, and Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese ceramics. The American collections include Paul Revere’s silver, New England furniture, and a selection of paintings from all eras of America’s history.
For more detailed information about this collection, visit Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Collection page.