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In this studio workshop, create drawings and sculptures inspired by our Carpeaux exhibition:
Revisit the world of #CharlesJames’s opulent ball gowns in this @TheCut slideshow:
This Sunday, visit the Petrie Court Café for a special #Easter brunch menu.
“Charles James: Beyond Fashion” opens in three weeks! This archival photograph features the legendary couturier’s iconic “Swan” ball gown worn by his wife, Nancy. Nancy James in Charles James Swan Gown, 1955. Photograph by Cecil Beaton, The Cecil Beaton Studio Archive at Sotheby's #tbt #metmuseum #c
Our Instagram feed is nominated for @TheWebbyAwards! Cast your vote for us here: #Webbys
Artist Pat Steir discusses her sculpture for @TheBigEggHuntNY in the Great Hall.
Late 1970s preliminary drawing of African galleries in Michael C. Rockefeller Wing @metmuseum. Love the trees! #tbt
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See our “Tibet and India: Buddhist Traditions and Transformations” exhibition @Pinterest board
Check out this fabulous post by @CarolACain on welcoming spring at the Met with her family!
Aristotle rests his hand reflectively on a bust of Homer in this iconic Rembrandt painting:
Learn more about a new acquisition—a fascinating 18th-century drawing on view through April 28
“Lost Kingdoms” is “a monumental show in about every sense of the word.” —@WSJ #LostKingdoms
Explore materials related to Édouard Manet in our Libraries’ Digital Collections:
Our Instagram account is nominated for @TheWebbyAwards in the Social: Arts & Culture category! You can cast your vote for us through April 24 at Thanks for your support! #metmuseum #webbys
Admire 68 views of @nypl photographed by Walker Evans in March–May 1949. #NationalLibraryWeek
Check out the @guardian’s list of top 10 male nudes in art including one from our collection:
Learn about and view a slideshow of Charles James’s life in @voguemagazine: #CharlesJames
The Lucas Samaras mini-show @metmuseum isn't getting much play but offers some gems. A Hartley-esque 1981 pastel:
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“Lucas Samaras: Offerings from a Restless Soul” focuses on the compulsively productive artist.
This obscure description of Asia, Palestine, and Syria was originally printed in Dutch:
Curator Thayer Tolles shares her final reflections on "The American West in Bronze."
Curator @JayKerrDobney highlights an extraordinary cog rattle in "The Sound of Holy Week."
This tapestry presents musicians, acrobats, & animals in a fanciful setting. #tapestrytuesday
Celebrate #JackieRobinsonDay with his 1948–1949 Brooklyn Dodgers card from our collection: