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This well preserved 7th-century bodhisattva is infused with a subtle yet palpable energy.
Play our Beyond Battle game in the War and Conquest section on @khanacademy! #MetKhanAcademy
"The feeling of Winter is shivering, cold, despair." —Joan Jeanrenaud, cellist #MetViewpoints
Baseball cards from the Jefferson Burdick Collection are currently on view at the Met:
In this “In Season” blog post, learn about the growth and production of saffron: #TheCloisters
Sunday at 3:00 p.m., learn about #Cubism across cultures and continents during free lectures:
Wilson Alwyn Bentley was the first person to photograph a single snowflake.
Utagawa Hiroshige II (Japanese, 1829–1869). Ochanomizu. Edo period (1615–1868). #metmuseum #hiroshige #snow
Don't miss "#TreasuresfromIndia: Jewels from the Al-Thani Collection," closing tomorrow!
Snow falls all over the surface of the print, effectively sealing off the world in the picture
Zoom in to view details of King Charles X's lavish & ostentatious dress in this 1829 painting.
The #WinchesterBible was written over a period of 30 years by a single scribe. Learn more:
There are only two weekends left to see “#DeathBecomesHer: A Century of Mourning Attire,” closing February 1. The exhibition features ensembles, fashion plates, jewelry, and accessories. #metmuseum #fashionfriday
A teen explains how the details in Carleton Watkins's photography make his work special.
Don't miss “#DeathBecomesHer: A Century of Mourning Attire.” Closing in 9 days! #FashionFriday
It's #NationalPieDay! Savor a Walker Evans photograph of a blueberry pie from the collection:
Introducing “#MetViewpoints: Body Language.” Explore unique perspectives on 20 sculptures:
Happy birthday to Édouard Manet, considered by many art historians to be the father of modernism, born on this day in 1832. Édouard Manet (French, 1832–1883). Boating, 1874. #metmuseum #manet
Happy birthday to Édouard Manet—considered by many to be the father of modernism—born in 1832.
This picture made in the 1870s captures a Japanese woman & a Japanese boy in traditional dress
William Carlos Williams is the subject of Charles Demuth's “I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold.”
Take a look at traditional Indian jewelry used to mark important events: #TreasuresfromIndia
Winslow Homer is regarded by many as the greatest American painter of the nineteenth century.
Fabergé's art has become widely known and internationally sought after. See works on view: