Museum of Fine Arts Boston Hotel Package
Stay With Boston’s Finest Art
Open seven days a week, Museum of Fine Arts Boston houses art from medieval to contemporary, Asia to Europe, paintings to photographs. Take advantage of The Inn at Longwood Medical’s Museum of Fine Arts Boston hotel package and experience a day of aesthetics followed by a comfortable night at our Fenway hotel.
Our MFA Package Includes:
- Overnight stay for two at The Inn at Longwood Medical
- Two general admission tickets to MFA Boston
- Overnight parking for one car
- Breakfast for two in the Longwood Grille & Bar
- A $339 value for only $265
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The first comprehensive retrospective of artist Jamie Wyeth (born 1946) examines his imaginative approach to realism over the course of six decades, from his earliest childhood drawings through various recurring themes inspired by the people, places, and objects that populate his world. A member of a family of artists—including his grandfather, Newell Convers “N.C.” Wyeth (1882–1945); his father, Andrew Wyeth (1917–2009); and his aunt, Carolyn Wyeth (1909–1994)—Jamie Wyeth has followed a unique path, training with his aunt Carolyn after leaving school at age 11, studying anatomy in a New York City morgue and working in Andy Warhol’s New York studio, The Factory. "Jamie Wyeth" will include approximately 100 paintings, works on paper, illustrations, and assemblages created by the artist, many in a range of “combined mediums,” his preferred term for the distinctive technique he brings to his compositions. The exhibition features Wyeth’s portraits of subjects such as his wife, Phyllis Wyeth; John F. Kennedy (commissioned by family members after his death); Rudolf Nureyev; and Andy Warhol; which will be shown alongside a selection of preparatory drawings and studies that offer a window into the artist’s immersive approach to portraiture. The exhibition also features landscapes of the worlds he inhabits in the Brandywine River Valley (between Pennsylvania and Delaware) and the Midcoast of Maine—especially the islands of Tenants Harbor and Monhegan—still lifes of pumpkins (a fascination from his youth) and the many animals and birds that are part of his family and surroundings. Organized by the MFA and accompanied by an extensively illustrated catalogue, the exhibition will travel to three additional venues.