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There are only a few hours left to vote for our Instagram account in @TheWebbyAwards! met.org/1hoOLfe #Webbys pic.twitter.com/SffotqmfWd
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Tomorrow from 6:30–8:00 p.m., celebrate the city of love with an April Evening in Paris: met.org/1rmhWQa pic.twitter.com/zIQUtOH7su
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Famed conductor David Mannes led a free orchestral concert series at the Met for thirty years. met.org/1iLWp2r pic.twitter.com/LtGXcn1V9D
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In the @nytimes, Elaine Louie recounts the night in 1975 she wore a #CharlesJames dress. met.org/1l7ER1M pic.twitter.com/TK7ll0ft6b
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"#LostKingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia" features some 160 sculptures met.org/1fq029X pic.twitter.com/YjnP8rgjd4
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This Drawings & Prints rotation, including a pastel of a ballerina by Edgar Degas, closes 4/28 met.org/PtGnyL pic.twitter.com/arHk2Hn9xu
This gallery view of a French period room was photographed in 1921. #tbt #metmuseum
At 12:30 p.m., join Arms & Armor conservator Ted Hunter for a #ConnectedClassrooms Google Hangout: met.org/1lJA1Gs
"Even abstract shapes must have a likeness." —Willem de Kooning, born on this day in 1904. Celebrate with "Woman." met.org/1k6FG9Z
Today is the last day to vote for our Instagram account in @TheWebbyAwards! met.org/1hYiURv #Webbys pic.twitter.com/bW0xlVVWgc
This facsimile was painted for the Graphic Section of the Museum's Egyptian Expedition in 1925 met.org/1poCfAO pic.twitter.com/ehiRJCOVVD
Friday, join international scholars in residence as they present new conservation research. met.org/1k3QYvC pic.twitter.com/ehc5OzHJSB
In this Carlo Crivelli altarpiece panel, Saint George is shown with the dragon he slew. met.org/1pr66sg pic.twitter.com/Cmoxy6Hzj5
.@newcriterion calls “The Passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux” a “magnificent retrospective.” met.org/1gPlYLY pic.twitter.com/UROBV9q8lF
Celebrate #Shakespeare450th with this scene from "King Lear" in our collection: met.org/1lFAkSq pic.twitter.com/i0eB75TTUG
Gallery 815 - Degas's Paintings and Pastels #metmuseum #degas
Help us take the lead! Vote for us in @TheWebbyAwards Social: Arts & Culture category. met.org/1hYiURv #Webbys pic.twitter.com/9QQlbh3OS4
This exhibition features exemplary Japanese paintings from the Edo period (1615–1868). met.org/1gPbw76 pic.twitter.com/HEYqshkGat
Happy birthday to J.M.W. Turner, born on this day in 1775. Celebrate w/ a slideshow of works: met.org/1msafHS pic.twitter.com/R98hPGdY8q
This poetic depiction of a star-streaked sky is reminiscent of Japanese painting. met.org/1id3t3t pic.twitter.com/nuGA8lFh05
Teens discuss Jacob van Ruisdael's painting "The Forest Stream" in this blog post: met.org/1eIcM0B pic.twitter.com/OiYcpX2lR9
In the Marquesas Islands, ear ornaments made from whale teeth were worn by both men and women. met.org/1ng7BYn pic.twitter.com/0pR75RKuGH
Though today marks the end of #Passover, two medieval Hebrew manuscripts remain on view. met.org/1hRo2lO pic.twitter.com/IOtBFALe3o
“Goya and the Altamira Family,” on view through August 3, opens today! This exhibition features Goya's portraits of members of the Altamira family. Goya (Francisco de Goya y Lucientes) (Spanish, 1746–1828). Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zuñiga (1784–1792), 1787–88. #metmuseum #franciscodegoya
This verdant tapestry was woven under William Morris's direction. met.org/1ph1KUF #EarthDay #tapestrytuesday pic.twitter.com/sgKanQl26K