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JOHN SINGER SARGENT, THE ROAD, 1918 Oil on canvas. The Hayden Collection—Charles Henry Hayden Fund

JOHN SINGER SARGENT, THE ROAD, 1918 Oil on canvas. The Hayden Collection—Charles Henry Hayden Fund

The original MFA opened its doors to the public on July 4, 1876, the nation’s centennial. Built in Copley Square, the MFA was then home to 5,600 works of art. Over the next several years, the collection and number of visitors grew exponentially, and in 1909 the Museum moved to its current home on Huntington Avenue.

The original MFA opened its doors to the public on July 4, 1876, the nation’s centennial. Built in Copley Square, the MFA was then home to 5,600 works of art. Over the next several years, the collection and number of visitors grew exponentially, and in 1909 the Museum moved to its current home on Huntington Avenue.

Commedia dell'Arte character illustrations by Maurice Sand  who also wrote two books on the subject.

Commedia dell'Arte character illustrations by Maurice Sand who also wrote two books on the subject.

JOHN SINGER SARGENT, SKETCH OF THREE SOLDIERS Graphite pencil on paper. The Sargent Collection–Gift of Miss Emily Sargent and Mrs. Violet Ormond in memory of their brother, John Singer Sargent

JOHN SINGER SARGENT, SKETCH OF THREE SOLDIERS Graphite pencil on paper. The Sargent Collection–Gift of Miss Emily Sargent and Mrs. Violet Ormond in memory of their brother, John Singer Sargent

Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Danza a Bougival, 1883   olio su tela, cm 181,9 x 98,1 Boston, Museum of Fine Arts Picture Fund #RaffaelloversoPicasso #Vicenza

Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Danza a Bougival, 1883 olio su tela, cm 181,9 x 98,1 Boston, Museum of Fine Arts Picture Fund #RaffaelloversoPicasso #Vicenza

K a r e n L e S a g e - available work -

K a r e n L e S a g e - available work -

Yashima Gakutei, Pangu (Banko shi), from the series A Set of Ten Famous Numerals for the Katsushika Circle (Katsushikaren meisu juban), about 1821

Yashima Gakutei, Pangu (Banko shi), from the series A Set of Ten Famous Numerals for the Katsushika Circle (Katsushikaren meisu juban), about 1821

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