Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Bequest of Grenville L. Winthrop,©President and Fellows of Harvard College
A fresh, up-close look at the Winthrop collection
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(1 of 6) W.E.C. Eustis’s library, with its bay window overlooking the locust allée
Photograph by Eric Roth/Courtesy of Historic New England
Historic New England’s Eustis Estate
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Photographer Kay Kenny’s work illuminates the night.
In De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium, published in 1543, Copernicus revealed a mathematical explanation of the heliocentric model—a major shift in scientific understanding.
Photograph courtesy of the Houghton Library, Harvard University
An exhibition in Houghton Library shows Apollo 11 in context, and at its most intimate.
Log-based cavities host nesting bees at the Arnold Arboretum.
Photograph by Jessica Lau
Greater Boston’s bee cultures
Garden in the Woods features the white spring ephemerals, such asTrillium grandiflorum, during Trillium Week (May 5-11).
Photograph courtesy of Native Plant Trust and Garden in the Woods/Photography by Dan Jaffe
Springtime at New England’s native-plant haven
Woman Running to Escape a Sudden Shower, c. 1765-70, by Suzuki Harunobu
Image courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums ©President and Fellows of Harvard College.
Harvard’s enticing Japanese woodblock prints
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A jar from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kongo culture, 1898 or earlier
Object courtesy of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums ©President and Fellows of Harvard College
Pliable arts from across the continent