Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Italain Renaissance Sculpure

Usually when the Museum of Fine Arts mounts exhibits that come exclusively from their own holdings of European art, those of us who have been visiting the Museum for years see little new to marvel at. An impressionist exhibit held in the Gund Gallery a few years ago left many of us nonplussed. But Donatello to Giambologna: Italian Renaissance Sculpture at the MFA, is a notable exception. Many of the statues from the collection have never been on public view at the MFA before. Those that have are definitely worth seeing again. The exhibit will remain through July 8th and I predict that it will get pretty crowded during peak Museum visitation hours.


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