Museum of Fine Arts, Boston's Twitter Profile Analysis @mfaboston on Twitter

Following information is based on analysis of 200 tweets, from 30/12/2020 to 25/02/2021.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

 @mfaboston

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Top Tweets by @mfaboston top tweets by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
Happy Purim! This 18th-century fan features a scene from the biblical Book of Esther. In it, Esther kneels before Ahasuerus, King of Persia. In the story of #Purim, the annual festival starting tonight, it was her intelligence and determination that saved the Jewish people. https://t.co/hXeDE2Cb7g
25 Feb, 2021 - 09:00 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
Fun fact: Pierre-Auguste #Renoir's model for this painting was likely Camille Monet, the wife of his fellow Impressionist Claude #Monet. 🖼️: "Woman with a Parasol and Small Child on a Sunlit Hillside" (about 1874–76) by #Renoir, who was born #onthisday in 1841⁣ https://t.co/HQcqXjz6XX
25 Feb, 2021 - 01:00 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
"Driftwood" (1909) is the last of #WinslowHomer’s many paintings to depict a fearless sea-faring man—a theme he had explored since the 1880s in compositions like "The Fog Warning," also in the MFA's collection. The prolific artist was born in Boston #onthisday in 1836. https://t.co/c6PLbTEUvV
24 Feb, 2021 - 07:00 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
"It was all about making people know that we exist, that we are here." Hear more insights from artist @FABNEWYORK in our curator-led virtual walkthrough of "Writing the Future: Basquiat & the #HipHopGeneration," now available to rent on MFA Selects: https://t.co/OpqH3HbbpI https://t.co/kFQf5GKS4A
24 Feb, 2021 - 03:00 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
ERO was one of the youngest talents of the post-graffiti movement. In this painting, #Basquiat portrays him in dual perspective at the height of his short but standout career. 🖼️: "ERO" (1984), on view in "Writing the Future: Basquiat & the #HipHopGeneration" https://t.co/YzeMM7CQSc
23 Feb, 2021 - 10:00 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
Designed by Erin Robertson and Jordan Piantedosi, this 2017 coat consciously references 1960s and 70s graphic design—evoking an earlier era of activism and protest. See it on view in "Women Take the Floor," which is included in general admission 🎟️ https://t.co/UYXAf3aQBX
23 Feb, 2021 - 01:00 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
This week, we're kicking off a three-part series of live online conversations with artists, students and MFA staff, exploring some of the critical questions & processes that guide our work at the Museum. To register: https://t.co/gl1rjfSJfZ https://t.co/a43bEqs48j
22 Feb, 2021 - 10:00 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
The powerful images of #HenrykRoss offer an extraordinarily rare glimpse of life inside the Lodz Ghetto in Poland during WWII. We're honored to preserve a group of 48 of these photographs, which were recently gifted to the MFA, for generations to come: https://t.co/YD7BXy1fw0 https://t.co/wt8c7EPKgT
22 Feb, 2021 - 12:45 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
At a time when South Carolina law prohibited enslaved people from learning to read and write, Dave Drake inscribed many of his wares with verse. The couplet on this pot exemplifies the power and wit of his poetic voice: "I made this Jar for Cash- / though its called lucre trash." https://t.co/LOyx63D2zK
21 Feb, 2021 - 08:14 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
The works in our newly opened "Faces of Ancient Egypt" gallery—including the remarkable Middle Kingdom statue of Lady Sennuwy in the center—illustrate the breadth of approaches sculptors took in creating distinctive likenesses over 2,000 years of Egyptian artistic development. https://t.co/QM4fnX0H8p
20 Feb, 2021 - 10:00 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
In this striking lithograph, "Notorious No. 4" (1992), Joseph Norman depicts a man's face, drained & filled with sorrow. See it on view in "Black Histories, Black Futures," an exhibition curated by teen scholars from @BAM_Boston and @_TheBASE: https://t.co/9rztAN1DSq https://t.co/ak2DkaIVfV
20 Feb, 2021 - 01:00 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
⁣This week's casting news for season 2 of #Bridgerton inspired us to peruse our collection of objects from Regency-era England. Did you know that Queen Charlotte is based on a real person? She's depicted on this 18th-century fan with her husband King George III & their children. https://t.co/3EW5H0rXKQ
19 Feb, 2021 - 07:00 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
Check out the delicate yet bold use of color and composition in the masterworks of #Hokusai. The latest @UniqloUSA UT collection, created in partnership with the MFA, focuses on the artist's techniques, such as his clever use of color: https://t.co/7hQNC7un6f https://t.co/lDR3HLOYV2
19 Feb, 2021 - 01:00 PM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
We love seeing you back in our galleries! ✨ 🥰 This week's fan favorite goes to katieeverss on Instagram! Planning a visit soon? Share your photos using #mfaBoston! https://t.co/1xLZWQoFSk
19 Feb, 2021 - 12:00 AM UTC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
@mfaboston
#LouisComfortTiffany, born #onthisday in 1848, is best known for his work in stained glass. Tiffany created this work to showcase his firm’s design and glass manufacturing skills at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893.⁣ ⁣ 🎨 "Parakeets and Gold Fish Bowl" (1889) https://t.co/MsVefKOJPf
18 Feb, 2021 - 05:00 PM UTC

Top Retweets by @mfaboston top retweets by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

The Lonely Palette
@lonelypalette
A gorgeous and gutting series of photos now in @mfaboston's collection. For some background - and one of the episodes I'm proudest of - take a listen: https://t.co/MPNCM0BWld https://t.co/BRlF0oooG5
22 Feb, 2021 - 07:35 PM UTC
The Boston Globe
@BostonGlobe
Once buried, a cache of images from Poland’s Lodz Ghetto emerges at the MFA https://t.co/DrWR4ycSyW
22 Feb, 2021 - 02:20 PM UTC
Lindsey Briggs
@LindseyDBriggs
Documenting our trip to ⁦@mfaboston⁩ it’s been so long since we’ve been out due to our new normal. Thankful to the #MFA #Basquiat exhibit for a dope and safe experience. #WritingTheFuture #HipHopGeneration #BosArt https://t.co/n7BFWLW1uf
17 Feb, 2021 - 01:27 PM UTC
Malcolm Johnson NBC10 Boston
@MalNBCBoston
Walked out bigger Basquiat fans than when we walked in. 28 years young. Loved the exhibit @mfaboston @justinspringer https://t.co/6tfduf8P0X
11 Feb, 2021 - 08:28 PM UTC
Luce Foundation
@HLuceFdn
@mfaboston’s exhibition “Collecting Stories” presents the history of the term "folk art" through works from its collection. The show celebrates #AmericanArt collector Maxim Karolik as a visionary who recognized the value of folk art ahead of his time. https://t.co/nWX6kt2OdC https://t.co/gwiMIYjnDd
08 Feb, 2021 - 06:47 PM UTC
WBZ | CBS Boston News
@wbz
Students Have Voices Heard In ‘Black Histories, Black Futures’ Exhibit At Boston’s MFA @PaulWBZ reports https://t.co/7xQreOIKor
06 Feb, 2021 - 02:10 AM UTC
The Art Newspaper
@TheArtNewspaper
"We are like other institutions on a journey [which] includes not only a greater sensitivity, but a desire and a commitment to change our hiring practices, performance management systems and promotions," says the @mfaboston director Matthew Teitelbaum https://t.co/7b9JY0N5VJ
01 Feb, 2021 - 11:00 PM UTC
Apollo Magazine
@Apollo_magazine
The reopening of @mfaboston this week brings another chance to discover how Basquiat combined hip hop and art history. An Apollo art diary pick https://t.co/VpNDH8FVwY
01 Feb, 2021 - 02:30 PM UTC
FAB 5 FREDDY
@FABNEWYORK
@mfaboston Tune in to hear me talk with curators Liz Munsell (@lizmunsell) and Greg Tate (@avantgroidd) as we give you a behind-the-scenes, 45-minute long tour of the show. Also featuring my homies Lee (@leequinones), Futura (@futuradosmil/@futuralaboratories) & (@ladypinknyc). https://t.co/9YFWBM5Nwh
31 Jan, 2021 - 07:15 PM UTC
FAB 5 FREDDY
@FABNEWYORK
Can’t get to @mfaboston to see my work in “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation?” Tune in https://t.co/8Zf8AnfndC to hear & see the show, me & the crew talk hiphop history, Basquiat, and the future for $8!
31 Jan, 2021 - 07:06 PM UTC
visitMA
@VisitMA
Experience @mfaboston events from home! Browse upcoming online events—music, performances, distance learning classes, chats, talks, and more. #mylocalma @VisitBostonCity @VisitBoston @newenglandvisit @NEMAnet @masscultural https://t.co/UjkLx5odXu https://t.co/sAS2w6rSsZ
25 Jan, 2021 - 02:41 PM UTC
Queen D. Scott
@queendscott
Performing in the Basquiat exhibit @mfaboston in front of Lady Pink’s collaborative work with @jennyholzer is one of my top 5 musical experiences. To be surrounded by the legacy of hip-hop energy was magical. Hope y’all tune in to watch. https://t.co/cbwuiiRYKD
24 Jan, 2021 - 04:15 AM UTC
Victoria Reed
@Victoria_S_Reed
1/ The @MFABoston recently purchased this gorgeous, silver-gilt Torah Shield (1782), made to hang by chains over the Torah in a synagogue. The front features the Tablets of the Law flanked by Moses and Aaron, and the back is exquisitely engraved with Isaac Blessing Jacob. https://t.co/nJh5PcqqkP
23 Jan, 2021 - 11:01 AM UTC