Quaint cobbled streets, a concentration of historic sites (and pubs), a fine selection of museums and proximity to major universities (and rural retreats) make Boston the destination of choice for those after culture, class and clam chowder.
Smith College Museum of Art isn't overwhelming in size but it does boast a very well-rounded collection of fine art. In addition to works by well-known Europeans from the last two decades like Claude Monet, Paul Cezanne, John Everett Millais and Pablo Picasso, and American artists like Childe Hassam, George Inness and Thomas Eakins, the museum's permanent holdings also includes pieces of African, Asian, Native American (including a piece Jaune Quick-To-See Smith) and Contemporary art. Thoughtfully curated changing exhibitions range widely in medium and theme, from design objects to photographs and installations.
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10am-4pm, Tues-Sat Noon-4pm, Sun 10am-8pm, Second Fridays
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