McMullen Museum of Art Boston College
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Permanent Collections

Begun in the nineteenth century, the McMullen Museum's permanent collections span the history of art from Europe, Asia, and the Americas. This virtual gallery presents the highlights of the collection, including Gothic and Baroque tapestries, Italian paintings of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and American paintings of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

American Paintings

Landscapes and portraits, 1840-1940

Italian Paintings

Sacred scenes and portraiture, 1500-1800

Flemish Tapestries

Classical and Christian, 1500-1600

Gifts from William and Alison Vareika

Works by John La Farge and William Trost Richards