A mural by Artists for Humanity, as seen on Ipswich Street, adjacent to the Charlesgate Bridge Underpass.
The entrance to Fenway Studios, a National Historic Landmark built in 1904 and home to many local artists' studio spaces, as seen from Ipswich Street.
A mural by Artists for Humanity, as seen under the Charlesgate Bridge on Ipswich Street.
"Art of the Fenway" (2016)
A mural by Francois Leandre, Boston Art Academy's Visual Art faculty Barrington S. Edwards, and other BAA student and alumni artists, as seen on Ipswich Street.
The home of the Boston Red Sox baseball team built in 1912, as seen on the corner of Ipswich and Van Ness Street.
“Ted Williams” by Franc Talarico (2004)
Statue of Ted Williams, former Red Sox player as seen on Van Ness Street.
"I Am. We Are." (2016)
A mural by student artists with Boston's Art Resource Collaborative for Kids as seen on Brookline Avenue nearby Fenway Park.
This large Citgo sign, a notable landmark of the Fenway neighborhood built in 1940, as seen from Kenmore Square.
482 Commonwealth Ave
This boarded up building at 482 Commonwealth Avenue, just down the street from Kenmore Square, has various art pieces posted over the boards. The 5 pieces on the bottom are by Uncutt Art and feature images of Michael Jackson, Biggie Smalls, and Coco Chanel.
Built in 1900, Symphony Hall is the home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops, as seen from Huntington Avenue.
"Tent Bay" (1991)
A sculpture by Taylor McLean, commissioned by The Fund for the Arts. It can be found at Harry Ellis Dickinson Park on Westland Ave.
Christian Science Center
The First Church of Christian Science's "Mother Church," built in 1894 and currently undergoing construction, as seen from Massachusetts Avenue.
Untitled Mural (2017)
A mural by Daniel Anguilu in collaboration with MassArt alumni on the back of Punter's Pub, as seen on Parker Street.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
The former mansion of Isabella Stewart Gardner was turned into a museum in 1903; as seen from the corner of Evan's Way and The Fenway.
World War II Memorial
Erected in the Back Bay Fens in 1949 by John Francis Paramino and Tito Cascieri. In front stands a winged female figure, representing Victory, carrying a sword and branch in her hands, crowned with a laurel. Behind her are plaques listing those who died in battle.
Painting by Howie LaRosee on the Massachusetts College of Art and Design campus, as seen from Huntington Avenue.
"Steel Toe Shoes" (2014)
A sculpture by Emma Payne on the MassArt Campus from Huntington Avenue.
Museum of Fine Arts
The main entrance to the Museum of Fine Arts which opened in 1907. Featuring "Appeal to the Great Spirit” by Cyrus Edwin Dallin (1909), and flower props promoting the Takashi Murakami exhibit, as seen from Huntington Ave.
"Walking Man" (1995)
A sculpture by Jonathan Borofsky, located outside the Museum of Fine Arts' State Street entrance.
"What Lies Within" (2017)
Street art by Cicely Carew as seen on the Northeastern University campus on Parker St. On view Fall 2017-Spring 2018.
Latino/a Student Cultural Center
The LSCC building at Northeastern University, as seen on Forsyth Street. The wrap-around mural was designed and painted by Susan Cervantes and members of Precita Eyes Murals, in collaboration with current Northeastern students in 2016; as seen on Forsyth Street.