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This ceramic figure is a quintessential example of early Chinese sculpture: met.org/1IMtN66 #AsianArt100 pic.twitter.com/wzjog1Dr6h
Now through Monday, welcome summer with 20% off online purchases at The Met Store! met.org/1HxyqlM pic.twitter.com/DgGN0fDeEW
Mary Cassatt was born on this day in 1844. In this work Cassatt portrayed a commonplace moment in daily life, but she implied the broader theme of female vanity by emphasizing the play of reflections. Mary Cassatt (American, 1844–1926). Denise at Her Dressing Table, ca. 1908–9. #metmuseum #MaryCassa
Hear artist Izhar Patkin discuss this "Shiva as Lord of Dance" statue: met.org/1PxwLRm #MetArtistProject pic.twitter.com/6Pv1YTtcOJ
On June 5, grab friends & take over the Met for the night during Teens Take the Met! met.org/1FoMGtl #metteens pic.twitter.com/d84zQTpMPS
Happy birthday to Mary Cassatt, born on this day in 1844. Enjoy “Lilacs in a Window.” met.org/1AfBiRM pic.twitter.com/zBLJp1GEzi
Tomorrow and Sunday from noon to 4:00 p.m., join us for a family festival at #TheCloisters. met.org/1bPTRA5 pic.twitter.com/BSzn4UQxKJ
Click the link in our profile to hear painter and sculptor Izhar Patkin discuss this Shiva sculpture in our collection. Shiva as Lord of Dance (Nataraja), ca. 11th century. Indian (Tamil Nadu). #metmuseum #MetArtistProject #IzharPatkin #AsianArt100
In New York for Memorial Day weekend? Start your weekend off with #MetFridays! met.org/1EYzfNp pic.twitter.com/iTwxcjp8Ym
Winged horses and a siren encircle this Etruscan jar dating back to about 525–500 B.C. met.org/1Fk84zQ pic.twitter.com/u6H6QvU4om
In his etchings, Rembrandt used remarkable painterly effects never before seen in printmaking. met.org/1FoHJ3M pic.twitter.com/0QkmFBmr4q
Celebrate the Department of Asian Art’s centennial with our @Pinterest board: met.org/1LTfnRX #AsianArt100 pic.twitter.com/0wcgWcNV55
This view of the Cuxa cloister at The Cloisters museum and gardens was photographed in 1997. Visit the branch of the Met devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe located in Fort Tryon Park. #metmuseum #thecloisters #tbt
In this exhibition explore the fascinating history of #Cranach's "Saint Maurice." met.org/1HhpZW6 pic.twitter.com/yJiWrQxEYa
“Inspiring...” —@nytimes review of "Van Gogh: Irises and Roses." met.org/1IS18N1 #MetVanGogh pic.twitter.com/CwXvpZSp7n
.@nycgo asked us to help New Yorkers #seeyourcity. Enjoy this view from the #MetRoof, now open met.org/1IPDxfL pic.twitter.com/ba9ulkFcJ8
.@voguemagazine features The Costume Institute Library's Instagram account in this slideshow: met.org/1Embj63 pic.twitter.com/hCNLqa0tP2
Tomorrow evening, explore power in ancient Egyptian art during this gallery talk: met.org/1F1LzNY #MetFridays pic.twitter.com/MHPBs7A3Gs
Henri Rousseau was born on this day in 1844. Celebrate with "The Repast of the Lion." met.org/1efzKx9 pic.twitter.com/XY1H78lLTV
Happy birthday to Albrecht Dürer, born on this day in 1471. Dürer was a brilliant painter, draftsman, and writer, though his first and probably greatest artistic impact was in the medium of printmaking. Albrecht Dürer (German, 1471–1528). Adam and Eve, 1504. #metmuseum #AlbrechtDurer
Happy birthday to Albrecht Dürer, a supremely gifted and versatile German artist. met.org/1IPDdxs pic.twitter.com/BVJoi2kEm4
This Hellenistic statuette represents a deity—probably Apollo, the god of poetry and art. met.org/1EffMY6 pic.twitter.com/GNASn1L0RU