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Happy Birthday Prince George! May you one day have your own tapestry portrait met.org/1kaf7EG #tapestrytuesday pic.twitter.com/lPJlZ1PQlA
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The Met “is here for you every day, and part of your new legacy as an American citizen.” —Thomas P. Campbell pic.twitter.com/zljTkIhXA3
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Dir. Thomas P. Campbell became a #newUScitizen w/ 74 others from 42 countries at a naturalization event at the museum pic.twitter.com/xJ09DqXMw7
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Happy birthday to Edward Hopper, born on this day in 1882. Edward Hopper (American, 1882–1967). The Lighthouse at Two Lights, 1929. #metmuseum #edwardhopper
#CharlesJames emphasized the small of a woman's back in his designs. More on the Teen Blog: met.org/1trFGF6 pic.twitter.com/TxcFWJC5u3
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Edward Hopper was born on this day in 1882. View a slideshow of his works: met.org/1qwZ2Ly pic.twitter.com/PFo4JQ2efe
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Georgia O'Keeffe's "A Storm" is a sumptuous pastel that captures the sight of a raging electrical storm over water. met.org/1zXhPBS
The soft palette of "City and Sunset" expresses the calmness of the moments before dusk. met.org/1oRtBou pic.twitter.com/RmXciHD37X
If you want to find out more about #CharlesJames, our libraries offer rich online resources: met.org/1nTBoGb pic.twitter.com/ba7PLfTfFB
This is from a group of brightly colored textile designs in late Art Nouveau & Art Deco styles met.org/1mX94lS pic.twitter.com/RVLwizw6ME
View depictions of New York City throughout the collection on our @Pinterest board: met.org/1enZlCg pic.twitter.com/FsK77FBJ77
VIDEO: Check out one of #NYC's hottest rooftops at the @metmuseum with art by Dan Graham: bit.ly/1zX4AB2 pic.twitter.com/L4wvZdv43L
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See British paintings, furniture, stained glass, and textiles in "The Pre-Raphaelite Legacy." met.org/1mX7jFf pic.twitter.com/LFUz3Tmd5Y
Gallery 007 - Cuxa Cloister (The Cloisters) #metmuseum #cloisters
Discover details and themes of more than 500 artworks in 11 languages on #OneMetManyWorlds. met.org/1qgsqmO pic.twitter.com/WHkjKx6dGa
“The world isn’t tidy; it’s a mess. I don’t try to make it neat.” —Garry #Winogrand met.org/WywZOV pic.twitter.com/jHSkMX1c8p
In this photograph a recent acquisition, Charles Le Brun's monumental portrait of Everhard Jabach and his family, is loaded onto an easel in the Paintings Conservation studio. The painting is now being cleaned for its debut sometime next year. #metmuseum #jabach #charleslebrun
One week left to see #LostKingdoms, featuring some 160 sculptures from early Southeast Asia! met.org/1njuoTJ pic.twitter.com/ZXkUxR7khS
A dramatic engraving of Daedalus and Icarus in the sky, after Pieter Bruegel the Elder: met.org/1rmY4kO pic.twitter.com/Qanubq3bSQ
Learn about Travel with the Met's visit to the Danish islands of Christiansø and Frederiksø: met.org/WjFm0a pic.twitter.com/6kxqDcs4yq
Unusual vantage points & asymmetrical framing are a consistent theme throughout Degas’s works. met.org/1kBnPWS pic.twitter.com/Jc7yg7gTdo
This beautiful book brings together works by two remarkable painters of 17th-century Italy. met.org/1wEwvBc pic.twitter.com/gkicFpaou8
The Epigraphic School was the final chapter of the calligraphic evolution of dynasty China. met.org/1mlSpDM pic.twitter.com/sIGwl3xvCy
Dan Graham’s work recalls palace gardens, public parks, and suburban lawns. met.org/1qOwVDo #metroof pic.twitter.com/awYhSriDwi
Enjoy "Ducks Resting in Sunshine," by Jean Baptiste Oudry, painter of animal still lifes: met.org/1nFfFN7 pic.twitter.com/6pcnRF5G9U