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As an educator at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts for thirty years, Frederick Warren Allen was connected to the Boston Museum itself for his entire career. His first commission was one of the granite relief panels on the Evans Wing of the museum building. He also exhibited in their galleries. The Museum owns a few of his pieces and shows them in rotating exhibits.

Featured below are just a few of Allen’s works related to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.

Click on any thumbnail to enlarge the image and see a brief description.

To see all pieces in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts category, click here.