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Enjoy Gustave Le Gray's photograph of the Temple of Edfu, the best preserved Egyptian temple. met.org/18gZNjQ pic.twitter.com/FIbZMrAW6a
Dürer revolutionized printmaking, elevating it to the level of an independent art form. met.org/186EL7p pic.twitter.com/w4yninsHJU
Curator @JamesDoyleMet chronicled a research trip across Central & South America in tweets: met.org/1zT2QX7 pic.twitter.com/zph92Qt9f6
#PlainsIndians opens to the public in one week! MT @68Nathalie: Contemporary artistic revival @quaibranly @metmuseum pic.twitter.com/kfSS8rJNwk
Research papers by founding figure & curator of #TheCloisters William Forsyth are now digital: met.org/1E4K5pX pic.twitter.com/GRiCLq61jw
Mary's grief over Christ's sacrifice is communicated through simple gestures. met.org/1ExRpJL #MetViewpoints pic.twitter.com/7Y2OpKrbpA
"Paper Chase" presents highlights of drawings & prints acquisitions made in the last 21 years met.org/1zmABif pic.twitter.com/u5hFHBirHT
Gallery 527 - French Decorative Arts: Cabris Room. This gallery displays paneling originally commissioned for a private house, the Hôtel de Cabris, in Grasse, in southern France. Executed in Paris in about 1774, the decoration of the woodwork is a pure expression of the Neoclassical style and has re
"The #PlainsIndians: Artists of Earth and Sky" opens next Monday. Enjoy a sneak peek: met.org/1zzIW2g pic.twitter.com/yMLY2hZ5dZ
See Sol LeWitt's 1982 "Wall Drawing #370: Ten Geometric Figures" through January 3, 2016. met.org/1vH0iic pic.twitter.com/qDcwJkTEAX
This lute is similar to instruments played by angels in Buddhist cave paintings. met.org/1wsq9FJ #AsianArt100 pic.twitter.com/kWIKULswFE
Discover the courageous story of "Nydia, the Blind Flower Girl of Pompeii." met.org/1DiFOtO #MetViewpoints pic.twitter.com/PjPhsXEFRa
It's #NationalPigDay! Enjoy British artist Richard Earlom's 1783 mezzotint, "Girl and Pigs." met.org/1DiF6N7 pic.twitter.com/CJB3BD2PWD
Lombardo’s "Adam" is among the most important works from Renaissance Venice met.org/1MZAbIR #AdamRestored pic.twitter.com/G9Cy4VlKaD
It's #WomensHistoryMonth! Celebrate with this essay on 18th-century women painters in France: met.org/18vmP7w pic.twitter.com/DA6HUjadwV
#MetKoreanArt features works in many media from the late Bronze Age to present. met.org/1ExO0uz #AsianArt100 pic.twitter.com/ApY4OvJbqp
Happy birthday to Augustus Saint-Gaudens, born on this day in 1848. Click the link in our profile to watch videos of a choreographer and director, an educator and ASL user, and a curator discuss his “Diana” sculpture. These videos are part of our “Viewpoints: Body Language” feature. Augustus Saint-G
Happy birthday to Augustus Saint-Gaudens born in 1848. See a slideshow of his works: met.org/1FGbmMD pic.twitter.com/JUjjzkzNCV
Nefertiti, whose name means "the Beautiful One Is Here," was principal queen of Akhenaton. met.org/1zmxiYq pic.twitter.com/p38MWKMbc8
Happy March! Enjoy this colorful Harper's cover made in 1895 by Edward Penfield: met.org/1EUu3My pic.twitter.com/ENZYwP2xhk
This 1995 drawing is a seminal statement in Kara Walker's signature style: met.org/1FZAUHY #BlackHistoryMonth pic.twitter.com/QspskaZzhC
"A Hypocrite and a Slanderer" combines realism and caricature. met.org/1zjjAFz #MetViewpoints pic.twitter.com/t7qbQoCCIK
This year’s Lunar New Year Festival comes to a close with traditional dances from across Asia. #metmuseum #metfest #AsianArt100
This year’s Lunar New Year Festival comes to a close with traditional dances from across Asia. #metfest #AsianArt100 pic.twitter.com/7DoUvAffzm