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Art of the Americas

Gallery 127 contains furniture made in Newport, RI as well as a pair of silver _____for a Torah scroll, made in 1766 by artisan Myer Myers.
The Folk Art Gallery (G237) has a wall mural, inspired by Boston or Portland Harbor, painted in 1824 by _____Porter for the Prescott Tavern in Jaffrey, NH.
The Saturday Evening Girls created ceramics at the Paul Revere pottery in the early 1900’s. Many of the pieces at the MFA (G222) were decorated by Sara _____. Her photo is by the display.
The Contemporary painting with a floral background in Gallery 232 is titled “John, 1st Baron Byron” painted by ____ ____in 2012.
Galleries 138A & B give a peek into the Jaffrey House c1730 in Portsmouth, NH and the Shepard House from 1803 in ____, Maine, noted for its scenic wallpaper.
Gallery 235 is devoted to the ocean and harbor scenes of Fitz Henry Lane, born 1804 in ______.
Childe Hassam painted a lovely view of Boston, “At Dusk (Boston Common at Twilight)” which shows us rush-hour trolley car traffic on ________Street. (G226)
A marble tomb effigy of Elizabeth Boott Duveneck is in Gallery 221. A bronze version of the same sculpture is on Duveneck’s actual grave in ______ ,Italy.
The MFA has recreated the dining room and parlor from the c1840’s Dorchester home of entrepreneur Roswell _____. (G238A & B)
Artist John Singer Sargent captured 4 sisters on canvas (G232) in their Paris apartment. Their father was Edward ____ _____.
The Oak Hill Rooms from the 1800-01 estate of Elizabeth and Nathaniel West are recreated in Galleries 121A & B. The house was originally in _____, MA.
John Singleton Copley painted “A Boy With a Flying Squirrel” in 1765 to send to England as a demonstration of his skill. The boy was Henry _______, Copley’s half-brother. (G132)