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In this blog post, discover hidden secrets of ancient Egyptian technology: met.org/1LCMLeA pic.twitter.com/bvPmBVtnKo
“Fatal Attraction: Piotr Uklański Photographs” is on view through August 16. met.org/1AnrhBK #PiotrUklanksi pic.twitter.com/rqWGDWWD0z
In this #MetArtistProject episode, Tom Sachs (@tom_sachs) discusses the Shaker Retiring Room. met.org/1R6Yfut pic.twitter.com/rD0ZleBQeO
Gallery 153 - Greek Art: Sixth–Fourth Century B.C. #metmuseum #emptymet
This exhibition features a selection of the finest examples from the #BishopJades collection: met.org/1INk6pw pic.twitter.com/b9wBNyyII3
Sad to say goodbye to Sargent! The exhibition travels to the @metmuseum, New York, next month: ow.ly/NqGfN pic.twitter.com/jurIwsVVIk
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Dorothea Lange, best known for her Depression-era work, was born on this day in 1895. met.org/1LpzVkp pic.twitter.com/mxdndOmy1N
The quality of this Byzantine manuscript suggests it was made for the church of Hagia Sophia. met.org/1IMuDzG pic.twitter.com/CduRYelg76
Leonardo da Vinci's drawings and notebooks record his keen observation of the natural world. met.org/1GjDsk8 pic.twitter.com/J424bSlrsp
Director Thomas P. Campbell planned this itinerary for you to explore some of our masterpieces met.org/SwP9tB pic.twitter.com/QvEjZpTXgG
Easter Island is one of the most remote inhabited places in the world. Learn more: met.org/1INhyYv pic.twitter.com/3F2XXIpIak
#ChinaLookingGlass features 140+ examples of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear. met.org/1K5uvKh pic.twitter.com/ycRPEDEo7z
Tullio Lombardo’s “Adam” is on view after a 12-year conservation project: met.org/1HkmLkH #AdamRestored pic.twitter.com/bcH95nRY18
#DeccanSultans brings together some 200 of the finest works from major collections. met.org/1Gsn3tF pic.twitter.com/exEn7cc9LS
Did you make it to the beach this Memorial Day weekend? This work is characteristic of the outdoor scenes that William Merritt Chase painted during the 1890s on Long Island beaches. William Merritt Chase (American, 1849–1916). At the Seaside, ca. 1892. #metmuseum #WilliamMerrittChase
View Daniel Chester French’s “Mourning Victory from the Melvin Memorial.” met.org/1INgQKO #MemorialDay pic.twitter.com/EpYkL1q8RC
For his depiction of the gigantic hunter Orion, Poussin drew on the Greek writer Lucian. met.org/1JTMpQ7 pic.twitter.com/jVAHbpMaNg
In the Late Cypriot period new shapes were introduced, such as vessels in the form of animals. met.org/1B83FMr pic.twitter.com/0pVFOoLVfI
Our spring rotation of drawings and prints from the collection is on view through June 22. met.org/1PyNJPk pic.twitter.com/DYdyEtizfi
Emanuel Leutze was born on this day in 1816. Celebrate with "Washington Crossing the Delaware" met.org/1EZZXW1 pic.twitter.com/IgqN8FZpqV
The Brooklyn Bridge opened on this day in 1883. Publisher: A. Major (New York, NY). Bird's-Eye View of the Great New York and Brooklyn Bridge, and Grand Display of Fireworks on Opening Night...May 24, 1883. #metmuseum #brooklynbridge
Are you off work or school tomorrow for #MemorialDay? Visit the Met, open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. bit.ly/vpTjg2 pic.twitter.com/JG7Ryj6nAu
The #BrooklynBridge opened on this day in 1883. View a lithograph of fireworks on opening day: met.org/1ElO0ta pic.twitter.com/AzKR6uoVxA