Explore the world of Art Nouveau in Boston
From 10 August 2013 To 23 February 2014Address
Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
Art Nouveau was a movement that began in the 1890s and lasted until the turn of the 20th century. A reaction to the more staid works that preceded it, the paradigm incorporates curved, flowing lines and natural forms such as flowers and flourishes.
Guests at Boston hotels can explore how The Netherlands had an impact on Art Nouveau thanks to a special exhibition that is set to arrive at the city's Museum of Fine Art soon.
Holland on Paper - The Age of Art Nouveau will run from August 10th this year until February 23rd 2014, featuring posters, decorative calendars, illustrated books, prints and drawings from artists such as Piet Mondrian, Bart van derLeck and Theo Nieuwenhuis.
This different perspective on the movement could be fascinating for art students or anyone with an interest in this period of history.
Residents of the Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston can get to the museum in just over ten minutes by car, so a taxi should not be prohibitively expensive.
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