Sharing Their Stories
Women Collectors of Impressionism and the MFA

Wed 28 Jul, 6pm–6.30pm (AEST)

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This program takes place virtually

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In this richly illustrated program, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) Historian Maureen Melton shares profiles of some of the MFA’s most important donors of Impressionist art.

This virtual presentation, filmed in the Museum’s galleries, explores the key role that women collectors played in the development of the MFA’s renowned Impressionist collection. Artists and activists, social reformers and suffragists, the lives of these bold and generous women offer new perspectives on French Impressionism from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

This program will be delivered online. To receive a reminder please register your attendance. A link to watch the talk will be sent the day prior.

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Maureen Melton, Susan Morse Hilles Director of Libraries and Archives and Museum Historian, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Talks and discussions International Painting French Impressionism from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Virtual