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Did you know it's #MotherGooseDay? Celebrate with "Mother Goose. The Old Nursery Rhymes.” met.org/1DT3SmM pic.twitter.com/ECfXUcrEel
Don’t miss a single moment from the #MetGala red carpet this Monday! Follow us for our live coverage. #FashionFriday pic.twitter.com/PL0vghOyoW
#ChinaLookingGlass explores the impact of Chinese aesthetics on Western fashion met.org/1HNIIwb #FashionFriday pic.twitter.com/MB31EkEkCE
George Inness was born on this day in 1825. Enjoy "Spring Blossoms, Montclair, New Jersey." met.org/1GBIIhr pic.twitter.com/faNW52PP0Z
The Empire State Building officially opened on this day in 1931. Hine took to great heights for this well-known photograph of a construction worker on the Empire State Building taking a break. Lewis Hine (American, 1874–1940). Empire State Building, 1930s. #metmuseum #empirestatebuilding
Tonight at 6:00 p.m., join us for a free concert in the Moroccan Court: met.org/1bYLaEB #MetFridays pic.twitter.com/kTNfe9bh35
The tabulae iliacae, are a series of tablets covered with scenes from the Trojan War. met.org/1OeVpC7 pic.twitter.com/NhPFeIqypK
Welcome the month of May with Christian Dior’s stunning “May” gown: met.org/1JB7H81 pic.twitter.com/vFpMprHJ2b
Tomorrow at 9:45 a.m., follow us on #Periscope (@metmuseum) for an #emptymet tour of the Greek and Roman galleries! pic.twitter.com/sNw5QzwK6w
Learn about the early strategies used to showcase the Met's musical instruments collection: met.org/1GHKdNY pic.twitter.com/xMqXJtkLQu
This week, curator Jan Reeder received the MUSE award for multi-media installation for the #CharlesJames exhibition. pic.twitter.com/a4LEeZKXek
Did you know it’s Hairstyle Appreciation Day? Fascinated by women’s physical allure, Rossetti here imagines a legendary femme fatale as a self-absorbed nineteenth-century beauty who combs her hair and seductively exposes her shoulders. Dante Gabriel Rossetti (British, 1828–1882). Lady Lilith, 1867.
Tomorrow evening, join us for the Moroccan Court Music Series. Learn more: met.org/1I1lqEO pic.twitter.com/cv9bn93gbt
Happy #InternationalJazzDay! Enjoy this display of instruments made by the Sax family: met.org/1EQXRxS pic.twitter.com/Q59hh6BS9a
Check out a special online feature created for our #HungarianTreasure exhibition: met.org/1zpmBLz pic.twitter.com/J05rDCAcxe
Offered daily through October, take a free guided tour of the gardens at #TheCloisters: met.org/1DQyDZM pic.twitter.com/6gOBDUhiIs
“China: Through the Looking Glass” opens to the public one week from today. Follow us on Monday for live coverage from the exhibition press preview and the #MetGala! This Instagram of @badgalriri was taken on last year’s Met Gala red carpet. #tbt #ChinaLookingGlass #AsianArt100
Today is Hairstyle Appreciation Day. Celebrate with this Louis Comfort Tiffany hair ornament: met.org/1HPRfAo pic.twitter.com/BInKiIBuSM
This work portraying an English wedding is one of William Hogarth's first conversation pieces. met.org/1DFpf16 pic.twitter.com/LsPMhIL5ZU
The Temple of Dendur was given as a gift to the United States by Egypt in 1968. met.org/1zoMmvw pic.twitter.com/FWMfzP3AY7
A guest teen blogger shares his favorite painting and discusses his love of ancient Rome: met.org/1DxVYPn pic.twitter.com/eNvEITSpoD
Happy #InternationalDanceDay! This work and its variant in the Musée d'Orsay, Paris, represent the most ambitious paintings Degas devoted to the theme of the dance. Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917). The Dance Class, 1874. #metmuseum #degas