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John Harvard's Journal

Taking Shape

May-June 2012


Photograph by Les Vants Aerial Photos / courtesy of Harvard Art Museums

A (snowless) late-winter aerial view of the Fogg Art Museum reconstruction shows a huge crane—put in place once new subsurface floors were built—beginning to place the steel frame for the new Prescott Street entrance. In April, the reopening was deferred; it is now scheduled for fall 2014.

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The painting “Love Potion” features two lovers craning toward each other in a boat on roiling ocean waters.

Click on arrow at right to view full image

The evocative Love Potion

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Alexander Gassel retrospective at the Museum of Russian Icons

Johnson plays his harmonica with the Boston Pops orchestra behind him.

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Portrait photograph of Marilyn Booth

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Photograph by David Levenson/Getty Images

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