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The Met

"Black Cat and Narcissus" is a hanging scroll from the Qing dynasty, perfect for #BlackCatAppreciationDay. met.org/2wRewzK
Learn about how The Costume Institute prepared for #MetKawakubo. met.org/2w2zqOI
Follow The #MetBreuer on @instagram for exhibitions information, events and more: met.org/2hAI3IT
On view now, #SaraBermanscloset displays a meticulously organized, modest closet, celebrating her life: met.org/2v2GPJt
What kinds of stories do you share with family, friends, or classmates? Explore Greek storytelling with #MetKids: met.org/2uJHrbv
This exhibition explores pastel portraiture, a style that flourished in 18th-century Europe. met.org/2i6qylr
The subject of this aquamanile is the moralizing legend of Aristotle and Phyllis. met.org/2vbdD7p
This portrait shows the artist with his second wife and one of their five children strolling in a "Garden of Love." met.org/2v2SH1P
This exhibition explores how 18th and 19th century Indian artists evolved to accommodate European tastes: met.org/2wbRcPx
Peek inside our jewelry box and explore stunning jewelry and gems on this @Pinterest board met.org/1UYJfSP #MetOpenAccess
This exhibition features #Villalpando's his earliest masterpiece, a monumental painting that spans 28 feet. met.org/2uMnb53
One Met. Many Worlds. presents the Met's more than 500 collection highlights in 11 languages: met.org/2wNVRF8
Join us tomorrow at 3:30 pm for a family Art Trek tour. This month’s theme is "The Great Outdoors!" met.org/2wNCZ95
Sign up for the #MetKids newsletter to receive news, event information, and art activities in your inbox! met.org/2vFTGmR
Paul Klee embraced the full power of abstraction by fractioning the landscape into squares. met.org/2uBnNwJ
Use of the Pegasus conveys a Renaissance idea that “the wings of the human mind” support the science of astronomy. met.org/2uFT2p1
British artist and book illustrator Walter Crane was born on this day in 1845. met.org/2vCI043
In The Tube Train, Cyril E. Power reminds us that long before iPhones, commuters preferred reading to interacting w/ one another @metmuseum
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Napoléon Bonaparte was born this day in 1769: met.org/2wYjjib
Wednesday at 11am, take a free tour with a curator and learn about Cristóbal de #Villalpando's 28-foot masterpiece. met.org/2wY6WTf
World War I & Visual Arts exhibition in @metmuseum displays images of body armor designed in 1910s by a Met curator bit.ly/2wAKyjt
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The clawlike waves in this Edo period screen are peculiarly reminiscent of dragons’ talons. met.org/2v14Jch
René-Jules Lalique designed this powerfully evocative necklace for his second wife, Augustine-Alice Ledru. met.org/2v0F3fS
In this episode of Artists Project, artist Mariko Mori explores Botticelli's "The Annunciation." met.org/2vVcTU5
This exhibition explores luxury textiles from the 18th and 19th centuries, as part of #ChineseOperaCostumes. met.org/2hZ9j5q
 
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