The Fogg has a lovely little exhibit of American watercolors tucked away in one of its back galleries that includes works by Winslow Homer and John Singer Sargent. The Fogg doesn't really do all that much special with American art, especially non-contemporary works, all the more reason not to miss this treat. The museum's PR person, Janet Cox, says her art friends all think that the Fogg's Homers and Sargents are as good as the ones hanging in the MFA, and Janet wouldn't try to fool you. The exhibit has to come down soon because the watercolors don't do so well during the summer, so hurry on over.
Boylston Hall is presenting the paintings of Maria Bellavia in the Ticknor Library. The display can be seen Monday through Friday.