2019 was a beautiful year in the pages of Yankee. Did you have a favorite story, recipe, or feature? https://t.co/ZkqjtgeSr0
A warm loaf of banana bread – yum! https://t.co/PZhedcMrYS
Music has long been in the DNA of the Museum! 🎼 During Isabella’s time, two composers premiered works in t...
Did you know that Trappist Preserves are made by monks right here in New England? https://t.co/550v8Vf5uZ
At first glance, #ThomasCole’s "River in the Catskills" (1843) may seem like a typical 19th-century landscape. But upon close inspection you can see a steam locomotive 🚂 This work is considered to be
RT @jedgottlieb: Boston disco queen @djsaucylady does a lot more than disco. She spins this week via the @mfaboston Insta page.
Wild about wildlife? Bookmark this guide for all your future adventures. https://t.co/9jTeHwIOIN
Right now, we’re missing standing in the middle of #AdamPendleton’s immersive Elements of Me, in our Fenway Gallery. In Elements of Me, the viewer is enveloped by works on mylar, mirror, and paintings
Have you ever tried this classic New England pudding? https://t.co/w4NQN15aBE
This glittering platinum-and-diamond necklace (about 1903, probably by @Boucheron), once owned by Clarice de Rothschild, could also be worn as a tiara. It has a total of 570 old European and single-cu
Hoot...hoot... it's #SaturdayNight! What are you night owls up to? ✨ 🦉 https://t.co/gjhTZVYltB
This inviting little town tucked away in southern New Hampshire was the model for Thornton Wilder’s 1938 Pulitzer Prize–winning play, "Our Town." Have you ever been? https://t.co/OJba0KZa7h
What I’ve Been Reading Lately: Escapist Pleasures Edition https://t.co/AMCD64neyb'
What will you be grilling this weekend? https://t.co/fIoQNa8Y8J
Enjoy a #MuseumMomentofZen among the citrus trees in this watercolor by Dodge Macknight. 🍊
Image: Dodge Macknight, A Lane Through an Orange Grove, Orihuela, 1904. Watercolor on paper. https://t.co/f
RT @Victoria_S_Reed: 1/4 Museums have long made acquisition mistakes, and inadvertently accepted forgeries (works of art that are intended to deceive). In 1940, the @MFABoston bought this painting, be
RT @NLinBoston: We're happy to see the surge in art & creativity happening at home. On May 27, lean in further w/an @mfaboston opportunity to explore the Center for Netherlandish Art. The conversa
Who wouldn't want a yard full of hummingbirds? https://t.co/cl8tmNiaG3
#WilliamMerrittChase's park scene is new in both style and subject—it uses the bright palette and divided brushstrokes of Impressionism and it shows a new trend in the United States for urban leisure.
#MaryCassatt, born #onthisday in 1844, was 19th-century America’s most modern painter. In 1877, Edgar Degas invited her to show her work with his small circle—she became one of 3 women, & the only
You can watch Senior Food Editor Amy Traverso make this delicious tart on our story today! https://t.co/4vvpETmfp2
Desperate for answers about the theft of her two paintings, a Czech artist seeks out and befriends the career criminal who stole them. Check out "The Painter and the Thief," now available for rent in
Until you can see the exhibition in person this fall, preview “Artful Stories” virtually! 🖼️ Through an immersive experience on our Eustis Estate web app, you can view each gallery, zoom in on paintin