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Dutch artist Michiel Sweerts was a highly accomplished portrait, genre, and history painter. met.org/1Hs1Pvm pic.twitter.com/Ua9zFjq1vj
This helmet features scenes from Greek mythology depicting the Battle of Centaurs and Lapiths. met.org/1xLmWFR pic.twitter.com/XOZ8Fse9Cq
Love this food staple? Here are edamame turned into a clothing accessory. met.org/1vtjtLq #NetsukeNovember pic.twitter.com/eBw99y4LUe
Learn about the secret lives and histories of objects in the #TreasuresfromIndia exhibition. met.org/1BQUJQC pic.twitter.com/J08P5NG4kC
"#GrandDesign is a sprawling powerhouse..." —@latimes on our Renaissance tapestry exhibition. met.org/1xdR09C pic.twitter.com/vHQyiIskYu
The seven individual hangings known as "The Unicorn Tapestries," on view at The Cloisters museum and gardens, are among the most beautiful and complex works of art from the late Middle Ages that survive. The Unicorn in Captivity (from the Unicorn Tapestries), 1495–1505. South Netherlandish. #metmuse
Tullio Lombardo’s “Adam,” on view after a 12-year conservation project, is God's perfect human met.org/1zHCc4E pic.twitter.com/njJEDkeqEF
Enjoy a colorful pair of incense boxes in the shape of dog-charms made in 19th century Japan: met.org/1yumHvX pic.twitter.com/nEW5nuKTYX
This wood engraving illustrates the climax of Tennyson's poem, "The Lady of Shalott." met.org/1xSpCzh pic.twitter.com/KwMjQFZaKw
View red dresses, shoes, corsets & more on our @Pinterest board, Lady in Red. met.org/184A6wo #FashionFriday pic.twitter.com/YregP0cnxm
Learn about the Met’s recently digitized collection of family guides & art hunts: met.org/1ueZB8j #MetKids pic.twitter.com/l3PKxLJaFu
American photographer Carleton Watkins captured the vastness and grandeur of Yosemite Valley. met.org/1ueT9Op pic.twitter.com/j4TbYOimcI
This post describes correcting distortions in the canvas of our newly acquired Jabach portrait met.org/1yu8qPY pic.twitter.com/LcHyQszz9S
Tonight's #MetMuseumPresents performance returns our double-manual piano to the limelight. met.org/1uDnRod pic.twitter.com/HdyMCmWP8k
“Thomas Struth: Photographs,” on view through February 16, 2015, celebrates the Museum's unparalleled holdings of photographs by Thomas Struth, one of the most important and influential photographers of the last half-century. Thomas Struth (German, born 1954). The Restorers at San Lorenzo Maggiore,
This tiger netsuke has the demeanor of a household pet. met.org/1xkLxQA #NetsukeNovember pic.twitter.com/F5DhFABel7
Free #DeathBecomesHer lecture today—Women in Black: Fashioning Mourning in the 19th Century. met.org/1vtAcOC pic.twitter.com/54qBPejNXd
This painting represents the marriage of Cupid, the son of Venus, with the mortal Psyche. met.org/1t8gqCp pic.twitter.com/ImAKhPy0zK
The wings and jewelry on this bracelet plaque point to close connections with foreign lands. met.org/1F4G94w pic.twitter.com/pI1EWzLcSk
In this teen blog post, a former High School Intern describes her interest in Byzantine art. met.org/1qSPqpF pic.twitter.com/1q0T0DHVeD
Tix still available for @cory_arcangel & @ddddddeon “Dances for the Electric Piano” on 11/22! met.org/1vn9oQ2 pic.twitter.com/iNfo4Rge9R
艺术与思想的马赛克。#OneMetManyWorlds 以11种语言阐释了500多件艺术作品:met.org/11pqnUD pic.twitter.com/xTOvmvhs8Z
Tomorrow at 6:30 p.m., artist Ann Agee will discuss artworks that have influenced her own work met.org/1wTAfyw pic.twitter.com/vyIIaltNNS