Making its public debut in 1896, the Fogg Art Museum is Harvards oldest art museum. Galleries illustrating the history of Western art from the Middle Ages to the present surround the museums Italian Renaissance courtyard. This courtyard is modeled after a 16th-century façade in Montepulciano, Italy.
One of the countrys best collections of Impressionist and post-Impressionist work is housed on the second floor of the Fogg. Bostons most important collection of Picassos work, along with amazing collections of photographs, prints, and drawings, are also found at the Fogg.
The Last Ruskinians: Charles Eliot Norton, Charles Herbert Moore, and Their Circle is one of the exhibits currently on display at the museum.