The Week Ahead
Masterworks by Renoir, Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, Modigliani, Van Gogh, and other renowned artists, plus African sculpture, Native American ceramics, metalwork, and decorative arts.
An installation of 11 new paintings by the American artist.
Featuring nearly 250 iconic pictures created between the 1840s and 1880s.
Painter Jonathan D. Pinkett is our current artist-in-residence.
This one-hour tour is perfect for first-time visitors. Explore highlights of the collection and learn the history of the Barnes.
This 90-minute docent-led tour takes place while the Barnes is closed to the public.
A private one-hour tour for you and up to five guests during regular hours.
Learn about the innovative photographic processes being developed in the mid-19th century and the creative artists making their mark with the new medium.
Join us for casual pop-up talks in the galleries led by our Art Team. Each talk focuses on a specific work of art—it’s a great way to explore the collection and learn something new!
This April, find out more about the artists who brought modernism to America and Dr. Barnes’s relationship with them.
Explore the early days of photography in the US with Makeda Best, a curator at Harvard Art Museums.
Happy Mother’s Day! Take your mom on a tour this May and we’ll treat her with a special gift.
This May, discover the influence the women in Renoir’s life had on his career.
On Fridays in May, members get even more! Free talks and tours, plus extra discounts!
Exciting updates on conservation projects, including an in-depth look at the ongoing study and treatment of Paul Cézanne’s The Large Bathers.
Trombonist Dan Blacksberg's band plays old-world klezmer with a contemporary sound. Featuring trumpeter Susan Watts.