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By the 1920s, the skyscraper was a symbol of American modernity. met.org/1MStaYv pic.twitter.com/sCQ2EbmYkY
The Temple of Dendur was given as a gift to the United States by Egypt in 1968. met.org/1ITCudS pic.twitter.com/2oYMPZtOwM
This “Century Vase” from 1876 features motifs celebrating America's past: met.org/1LFT6sa #FourthofJuly pic.twitter.com/sv8FVHjvNK
Spending the #FourthofJuly at the beach? Enjoy some seascapes from the collection: met.org/1FRfNlZ pic.twitter.com/3MBz0RSTdo
Are you at the beach for the Fourth of July weekend? Winslow Homer (American, 1836–1910). Eagle Head, Manchester, Massachusetts (High Tide), 1870. #metmuseum #happy4th #4thofJuly #WinslowHomer
The final day of the Battle of Gettysburg was waged 152 years ago today. met.org/1LB6tdh pic.twitter.com/dgwg4j19k1
John Singleton Copley was born on this day in 1738. Celebrate with "The Return of Neptune." met.org/1GQWxH4 pic.twitter.com/it7NCAobXZ
Click the link in our profile to hear contemporary sculptor Willie Cole discuss Ci Wara sculpture from the collection. #MetArtistProject #WillieCole
Spend your #4thofJuly exploring American Art at the Met! View our suggested itinerary: met.org/1LFR1fR pic.twitter.com/XSELYrPBqn
This 1846 photograph provides a peek between the castle cannons at an elite group of soldiers. met.org/1GnvYYK pic.twitter.com/sMiekko7y9
Vincent van Gogh painted four still lifes of sunflowers in Paris in late summer 1887. met.org/1TBpiQP pic.twitter.com/zPlyJoEFZl
The peacock has long been a favorite motif of artists. See beautiful depictions on @Pinterest: met.org/1JoF3ol pic.twitter.com/lXHIaW3b4p
Happiness is pattern on pattern. Day 3, #MetKids #Animation Lab. Inspired by "Courtiers in a Rose Garden" @metmuseum pic.twitter.com/JUiNXcY65b
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On this day in 1889, Van Gogh wrote a letter from the asylum in Saint-Rémy to his brother Theo describing this work: "I have a canvas of cypresses with a few ears of wheat, poppies, a blue sky, which is like a multicolored Scotch plaid." Van Gogh regarded this landscape as one of his “best” summer c
A college intern invites teens ages 11 to 18 to take part in this summer's Teen Programs: met.org/1JoOrbA pic.twitter.com/pdxnvcSFEq
Celebrate the upcoming #4thofJuly weekend, with American scenes of everyday life, 1840–1910: met.org/1Kt6Tmr pic.twitter.com/YbqR30Mi1k
"Painting with Threads" presents dramatic landscapes, flowers, birds, famous immortals, & more met.org/1Joz7vL pic.twitter.com/p4I1VFhkUH
Oh Say, Can You See...Hot Dogs! Examine a quintessentially American design company: met.org/1C2F55N #4thofJuly pic.twitter.com/9OtNRGbbX3
With your BofA card, get free museum admission the first weekend of each month: museums.bankofamerica.com #MuseumsOnUs pic.twitter.com/DzR6XPxnuv
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On this day in 1889, Van Gogh wrote a letter to his brother Theo describing this work: met.org/1FOxsKZ pic.twitter.com/YzDR0PANsu
In honor of the upcoming #4thofJuly weekend, enjoy this photograph of a mother and her children in front of Emanuel Leutze’s iconic “Washington Crossing the Delaware” taken on July 5, 1910. #metmuseum #tbt
It was a fun and busy week in our #MetKids Animation Lab! See kid-created content: met.org/metkids pic.twitter.com/fjw5gnktFD
This depiction of chrysanthemums creates a natural environment for the birds. met.org/1fmwyQG #AsianArt100 pic.twitter.com/CgvGQOHUZ9




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