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The Gettens Cabinet, in the Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, contains samples of paint, varnish, and other materials collected by scientists in the 1930s.

The Gettens Cabinet

While it may look outdated, this Straus Center object is an important modern-day resource.

Focus on Feinberg: Maruyama-Shijō Painting

Standout works from our latest installation of the Robert S. and Betsy G. Feinberg Collection.

Carl Grossberg in Context

A two-part installation of works from the Merrill C. Berman Collection showcases the creativity of German artist Carl Grossberg.

Prints to Rent—and Relish

Eloise Lynton was lucky enough to spend her summer taking a closer look at works available in our Student Print Rental Program.

A Hero with Vision

Jessica Levin Martinez thinks big about the museums—and encourages others to do the same.

The Science of Ceramics

A multidisciplinary team is conducting groundbreaking research on numbered Jun ware.

Persepolis from a Photographer’s Perspective

New installations of vintage photographs bring a fresh perspective on the excavation of the ancient city of Persepolis.

Handling the Art

Take a look behind the scenes of our Art Study Center, from the perspective of art handler Elizabeth Sirrine.

A Partnership Where All Learn

A collaboration between the museums, Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a Cambridge high school empowers educators and students.

Spotlight on Special Collections

Get to know our objects in a new way through the museums’ digital repositories.

In Our Archives, A Fuller Picture on Artists

The Harvard Art Museums Archives holds a selection of modern and contemporary artists’ papers—a rich resource for researchers.

By Michelle Interrante