Theater & art

MFA masterpieces on loan to Linea d’Ombra

What’s missing

List of MFA masterpieces currently sent to Linea d’Ombra, for shows in the northern Italian towns of Vicenza and Verona:

Advertisement

“Dance at Bougival” (1883) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

“Woman with a Parasol and Small Child on a Sunlit Hillside” (about 1874-76) by Renoir

Get Today's Headlines in your inbox:
The day's top stories delivered every morning.
Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more newsletters here

“Lullaby: Madame Augustine Roulin Rocking a Cradle (La Berceuse)” (1889) by Vincent van Gogh

“Reverend Johannes Elison” (1634) by Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn

“Mevr. Johannes Elison” (1634) by Rembrandt

Advertisement

“Monk in Prayer” (1865) by Edouard Manet

“Music Lesson” (1870) by Manet

“Edmondo and Thérèse Morbilli” (about 1865) by Edgar Degas

“Self-Portrait with a Beret” (about 1898-99) by Paul Cézanne

“Landscape with Two Breton Women” (1889) by Paul Gauguin

“Portrait of a Woman” (1910) by Pablo Picasso

“Mrs. Fiske Warren (Gretchen Osgood) and Her Daughter Rachel” (1903) by John Singer Sargent

“James Warren” (1761-63) by John Singleton Copley

“Mrs. James Warren (Mercy Otis)” (about 1763) by Copley

“Boys in a Pasture” (1874) by Winslow Homer

“Summer Night's Dream (The Voice)” (1893) by Edvard Munch

“Young Shepherdess” (about 1870-73) by Jean-François Millet

“The Quarry (La Curée)” (1856) by Gustave Courbet

“Saint Dominic in Prayer” (about 1605) by El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos)

“The Dead Christ Supported by Angels” (about 1580-88) by Paolo Veronese (Paolo Caliari)

“The Entombment of Christ” (1848) by Eugène Delacroix

“Virgin and Child” (about 1485-90), by Bramantino (Bartolomeo Suardi)

“Mrs. Edmund Morton Pleydell” (about 1765) by Thomas Gainsborough

“Portrait of a Doge, probably Pasquale Malipiero” by Gentile Bellini

“Head of Diego” (1961) by Alberto Giacometti

“The Lamentation with the Two Thieves Crucified” (1515) by Lucas Cranach, the Elder

Loading comments...
Real journalists. Real journalism. Subscribe to The Boston Globe today.
You're reading  1 of 5 free articles.
Get UNLIMITED access for only 99¢ per week Subscribe Now >
You're reading1 of 5 free articles.Keep scrolling to see more articles recomended for you Subscribe now
We hope you've enjoyed your 5 free articles.
Continue reading by subscribing to Globe.com for just 99¢.
 Already a member? Log in Home
Subscriber Log In

We hope you've enjoyed your 5 free articles'

Stay informed with unlimited access to Boston’s trusted news source.

  • High-quality journalism from the region’s largest newsroom
  • Convenient access across all of your devices
  • Today’s Headlines daily newsletter
  • Subscriber-only access to exclusive offers, events, contests, eBooks, and more
  • Less than 25¢ a week
Marketing image of BostonGlobe.com
Marketing image of BostonGlobe.com