Hyman Bloom: Matters of Life and Death
Boston painter Hyman Bloom (1913–2009) combined the physical and the spiritual on canvas. In his paintings from the 1940s and 1950s of the human body after death, of autopsies, skeletal trees, and archeological excavations, he got beneath the surface of things, exploring form and seeking significance. Committed to figurative painting at a defining moment of American art when abstraction was on the rise, Bloom employed thick paint in jewel-like tones to make gripping and beautiful works thatView more
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Visitors to the MFA have three self-parking options: the Huntington Lot, the Fenway Lot, and the Museum Road Garage, all of which have entrances on Museum Road. The Huntington lot offers closer parking to the Huntington Avenue Entrance and the Fenway parking lot is more accessible to the State Street Corporation Fenway Entrance.
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The Museum is committed to accessibility for all visitors. For general access information, call 617-267-9300, or e-mail email@example.com. For program information, call 617-369-3189.View less
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