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"[The figures] have the healthy, strong beauty of the land on which they live." met.org/1rS288s pic.twitter.com/lp9PpoG0j5
Happy National Cat Day! Ōide Tōkō (Japanese, 1841–1905). Cat Watching a Spider, ca. 1888–92. #metmuseum #nationalcatday
When visiting #deathbecomesher @metmuseum keep an eye out for Mrs. Frederick H. Prince's mourning suit and hats!
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What's your favorite hairstyle? Explore #OneMetManyWorlds and let us know! met.org/ZWMrFB pic.twitter.com/DduLxWfRJL
These cauldrons are on view in “#AssyriatoIberia at the Dawn of the Classical Age.” met.org/1zEUJC9 #Halloween pic.twitter.com/qPEDe4SayK
Happy #NationalCatDay! Celebrate with our @Pinterest board, "The Cat: Muse, Symbol, Deity." met.org/18uAjMC pic.twitter.com/TJq66dhFrw
The Great Hall adorned with pumpkins just in time for Halloween! #metmuseum #halloween
"A Fantasy Come True...works by Braque, Gris, Léger and Picasso tell #Cubism’s story" —@WSJ met.org/ZXac0l pic.twitter.com/89rhIKIVOj
A morning #emptymet tour with @TwitterNYC, the Met team, and @sree on this beautiful fall day! #MetTwitter pic.twitter.com/B0UWbzUfy9
Notice that at the very top of this Islamic composition, a goat cavorts in its hillside home. met.org/1tdw3L1 pic.twitter.com/gnZHDT9fCJ
This watch in the form of a skull was a specialty of Geneva in the 17th century: met.org/1xAu0RW #Halloween pic.twitter.com/mYoGl7hp6X
In this video, Sebastian, age 8, interviews artist & copyist Jessica Artman in The Charles Engelhard Court: met.org/1tZyFQq #MetKids
Get in the #Halloween spirit with artworks & outfits on on our Costume Party @Pinterest board! met.org/ZRrxZ5 pic.twitter.com/1gRSwYN8BK
See the tapestry zombies and beastly beauties on display in #GrandDesign. met.org/1343nMa #tapestrytuesday pic.twitter.com/87bx7mK8JT
Our El Greco exhibition, “El Greco in New York,” opens one week from today. met.org/1wIZOHz #ElGreco400 pic.twitter.com/24S2OJZl7t
The #BentonMural is in a space that recreates the boardroom in which it originally hung: met.org/1v59s1x pic.twitter.com/DlrYYad66F
Benton's "America Today" was one of the most remarkable accomplishments in American art of the period. #BentonMural pic.twitter.com/4rS0dbGD35
“Treasures from India: Jewels from the Al-Thani Collection” opens today. Through some 60 objects, the exhibition provides a glimpse into the evolving styles of the jeweled arts in India from the Mughal period until the present day. Finial from the throne of Tipu Sultan, Mysore, ca. 1790. The Al-Than
Washing 19th c. dwg by Henry Farrer with heavy graphite & hard sized paper using airbrush on suction table.... vine.co/v/OM11OT2d02b
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Happy birthday to Francis Bacon. View "Head I" with skin the “color of wet, black snakes lightly powdered with dust.” met.org/1v6wV2i
"#TreasuresfromIndia: Jewels from the Al-Thani Collection," featuring 60 objects, opens today! met.org/1tACmtu pic.twitter.com/azUVG4R5nP
In 1590 Jacopo Ligozzi created a series of allegorical drawings of the Seven Deadly Sins. met.org/ZTyg3Y pic.twitter.com/a0m1o8gwL4
A bejeweled couple embraces while peering rapturously into each other's eyes. met.org/1t9G9N4 pic.twitter.com/e9igIjXQgB
Browse works depicting the Big Apple on our New York City @Pinterest board met.org/1enZlCg @nycgo #seeyourcity pic.twitter.com/0Z8ypEWVDj
From @metmuseum, New York to Milan? I’ve been waiting the right time to leave for my “Italian holidays” for ages! pic.twitter.com/AXORMhYbER
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Learn about Antonello da Messina, Sicily's Renaissance master, in this 2005 Met publication. met.org/1oCkSwY pic.twitter.com/Kn8zA8GWby
"Leonard Lauder’s magnificent collection reveals a whimsical side" of #Cubism@FinancialTimes met.org/ZV3dok pic.twitter.com/aKoR6YaqbB
See this remarkable crane holding a branch of peaches in "Colors of the Universe." met.org/1sYr4Og pic.twitter.com/DDA04YIZDL
In this Of Note blog post, explore the digitization process of the Crosby Brown catalogues. met.org/1rLW1SY pic.twitter.com/NB31FqUgaR
“In Miniature” features diminutive British and French portraits: met.org/1wwQfd9 pic.twitter.com/aGEzjnc9il
Happy birthday to Pop Art artist Roy Lichtenstein, born on this day in 1923. Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923–1997). Stepping Out, 1978. #metmuseum #lichtenstein #artwatching
Happy birthday to American Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein, born on this day in 1923. Celebrate with "Stepping Out." met.org/1woXe6R
Zhong Kui appears as an elegant, if somewhat eccentric, scholar in this 1883 Chinese scroll. met.org/1nCFkx4 pic.twitter.com/3OTwjhb4G9
This extraordinary head may have originally belonged to a statue of a Aphrodite. met.org/1t8Egll pic.twitter.com/mrdPG7ffkB
Friday is #Halloween! Enjoy delighfully-frightening art on our Wicked Works @Pinterest board: met.org/1g5oPzS pic.twitter.com/vQD2y6iTML
Admire Japanese artist Kahō's early 20th century woodblock print, "Fishing Boats at Dusk." met.org/1pIrkNM pic.twitter.com/s5CtsWTmOe
Carrie Rebora Barratt describes her recent swim from midtown to just past #TheCloisters: met.org/1nCxZgR pic.twitter.com/0xaXyRJgfa
“I sincerely wish I could shop the Met’s latest exhibition.” —@vmagazine on #DeathBecomesHer met.org/1tOSmdF pic.twitter.com/groRMCm9ax
Enter to win tickets to @cory_arcangel & @ddddddeon “Dances for the Electric Piano” in concert met.org/1z4B3Xp pic.twitter.com/DExVD1EdbM
“…silk is woven into the history and identity of Japan.” —@WSJ on “Kimono: A Modern History.” met.org/1nBbOb1 pic.twitter.com/HigfCI6nEZ
There are only two weeks left to see “The Roof Garden Commission: Dan Graham with Günther Vogt.” #metmuseum #metroof #dangraham
"The Pre-Raphaelite Legacy: British Art and Design" closes today—see works from the exhibition met.org/1wlce8y pic.twitter.com/AaryCIukbC
This aggressively posed Bes-image incorporates at least seven distinctive metallic hues. met.org/1t8FtsJ pic.twitter.com/zDuUf8kTHv
Duccio is the founder of Sienese painting and one of the great figures of Western art. met.org/1D7d2fS pic.twitter.com/RevufrJJ6F
This month, the Watson Library celebrated the acquisition of 250+ Japanese illustrated books: met.org/1FMfg8z pic.twitter.com/BLfVKXyZyZ
"...a perfect little black cocktail dress of a show..." —@VanityFair on #DeathBecomesHer. met.org/1wl9w2F pic.twitter.com/Dhzidy8ODg