The Koch Gallery at the Museum of Fine Arts, named for the billionaire William I. Koch, is the grandest, most majestic gallery in Boston. Situated one floor up along the central spine of the museum, it was designed by MFA architect Guy Lowell to evoke a great hall in a European palace. MFA director Malcolm Rogers and his curators spent much of the summer renovating and rehanging the gallery.
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