See below to view our most recent stories that dig deeper into our collections.
Attending to Women in Titian’s Mythologies
Take a closer look at Titian’s Venus and Adonis with Professor Jill Burke, and delve deeper into the women of Titian’s poesie.
Blending Cultures: Mexican Talavera Tiles
Ring in Hispanic Heritage month by exploring the complicated history of the Talavera tiles lining the Spanish Cloister.
Titian’s Technique: Our Conservator’s Closer Look
Our Chief Paintings Conservator explores details of Titian’s masterpiece The Rape of Europa to illuminate what makes the painter’s technique exceptional.
Titian’s Perseus and Andromeda
Read artist, poet, and founder of Mother Mercy Johnette Marie Ellis’s lyrical, thought-provoking response to Titian’s Perseus and Andromeda.
Casting a Cat: Anna Hyatt Huntington’s Reaching Jaguar
Discover how Greta Llanes, a conservation technician here at the Gardner, replicated Anna Hyatt Huntington’s Reaching Jaguar sculpture.
From Titian to Today: Transforming Women, Power, and Sexuality
How do we transform the roles of women, power, and sexuality in Titian’s artwork for the modern day? Read on to find out about the exhibition of works by Titian, Barbara Kruger, Mary Reid Kelley, and Patrick Kelley.
Madonnas on Parade: Fra Angelico and the Fisherman’s Feast
What does the Fisherman’s Feast in Boston’s North End have in common with Renaissance Florence? Watch this short film Madonnas on Parade to find out.
Purchasing a Masterpiece: Titian’s Rape of Europa
How did Isabella acquire one of her most prized paintings? Read on to discover how Titian’s masterpiece made its way from Kent, England to Boston.
Trailblazer Blanche E. Colman
Learn about Blanche E. Colman, the first woman interior decorator in Boston, and her surprising connection to Isabella.