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Peonies, ca. 1920, reveals Charles Rennie Mackintosh as a superb watercolorist.
Incised floral motifs make this lacquer & mother-of-pearl chest striking: #AsianArt100
This blog post compares two Stradivari violins in the Met's collection: #MetMusic
Regram from @natgeotravel: “Photo by @justin_brice An Erastus Dow Palmer nude texting sculpture from the 1850's. My late neighbor, Asher B Durand's landscape work in the background. Real woman texting in the far background, not nude. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. #NYC #Met#asherbdurand #sculpture
Read online or a download our publication "American Art Posters of the 1890s." #MetPubs
Saturday, join us at the #TheCloisters for a performance of Renaissance choral music. Tickets:
"Coco" Chanel made a bold and lasting impression on women's fashion. #WomensHistoryMonth
On March 30, 1880 @metmuseum 1st opened to public in newly-completed Central Park building designed by Vaux & Mould
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This is the final week to see "Painting Music in the Age of Caravaggio." #MetCaravaggio
All seventeen of the Met’s paintings by Van Gogh are on view in galleries 823, 826, and 961:
Happy birthday to Vincent van Gogh, born on this day in 1853. View a slideshow of works:
Happy birthday to Vincent van Gogh, born on this day in 1853. Over the course of his decade-long career (1880–90), he produced nearly 900 paintings and more than 1,100 works on paper. See all seventeen of the Met’s paintings by Van Gogh in galleries 823, 826, and 961. Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853–1
Did you know the first Starbucks opened in Seattle, Washington on this day in 1971?
This Greek marble shell imitates a pelican's foot shell, which is common to the Mediterranean:
By the softness of his strokes, both sea and sky play harmoniously across Demuth's canvas.
Curator Denise Leidy uses gesture as the key to unlocking narratives in works of art: #PoseMW
The poses in this Mary Cassatt work show warmth & naturalness. #PoseMW #WomensHistoryMonth
The pose of the kouros derives from Egyptian art and was used by Greek sculptors. #PoseMW
.@ABTBallet dancer @daniil posing with Degas in the galleries! Show us your best pose at the Met. #PoseMW #MuseumWeek
Victorine Meurent posed as matador for Manet, stance from Renaissance print #poseMW @metmuseum
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As leaders, priestesses, traders, cultivators, oracles, wives, and mothers, women have occupied key roles in the developments that have shaped the course of African history. Queen Mother Pendant Mask: Iyoba, 16th century. Nigeria, Court of Benin. #metmuseum #WomensHistoryMonth
The Smiling Figures from Mexico are often regarded as expressions of Mesoamerican humor. #PoseMW