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This well preserved 7th-century bodhisattva is infused with a subtle yet palpable energy. met.org/15sWTaI pic.twitter.com/XOI6HS8nwb
Play our Beyond Battle game in the War and Conquest section on @khanacademy! met.org/1Ckm8bX #MetKhanAcademy pic.twitter.com/C7OQTuQZt0
"The feeling of Winter is shivering, cold, despair." —Joan Jeanrenaud, cellist met.org/1uq2nsP #MetViewpoints pic.twitter.com/N8atvKSdQG
Baseball cards from the Jefferson Burdick Collection are currently on view at the Met: met.org/1yUYS54 pic.twitter.com/A5ZNAR8cl1
In this “In Season” blog post, learn about the growth and production of saffron: met.org/1AW9QSY #TheCloisters pic.twitter.com/plb24uepIx
Sunday at 3:00 p.m., learn about #Cubism across cultures and continents during free lectures: met.org/1uAiiun pic.twitter.com/OO6Lhk70gm
Wilson Alwyn Bentley was the first person to photograph a single snowflake. met.org/1y9RCez pic.twitter.com/1VilyhkBQm
Utagawa Hiroshige II (Japanese, 1829–1869). Ochanomizu. Edo period (1615–1868). #metmuseum #hiroshige #snow
Don't miss "#TreasuresfromIndia: Jewels from the Al-Thani Collection," closing tomorrow! met.org/1wsrdIo pic.twitter.com/XKllq5xbRQ
Snow falls all over the surface of the print, effectively sealing off the world in the picture met.org/1JvneSF pic.twitter.com/yRPBZZHVI5
Zoom in to view details of King Charles X's lavish & ostentatious dress in this 1829 painting. met.org/1EoE2d4 pic.twitter.com/0F3c6P1NHD
The #WinchesterBible was written over a period of 30 years by a single scribe. Learn more: met.org/15CQFpr pic.twitter.com/WRbcFPD3Af
There are only two weekends left to see “#DeathBecomesHer: A Century of Mourning Attire,” closing February 1. The exhibition features ensembles, fashion plates, jewelry, and accessories. #metmuseum #fashionfriday
A teen explains how the details in Carleton Watkins's photography make his work special. met.org/1yxXfIt pic.twitter.com/8czIZUjLf0
Don't miss “#DeathBecomesHer: A Century of Mourning Attire.” Closing in 9 days! met.org/1yKPPln #FashionFriday pic.twitter.com/p9v2vROnhe
It's #NationalPieDay! Savor a Walker Evans photograph of a blueberry pie from the collection: met.org/1E6Q9xR pic.twitter.com/hGPn8wvWkB
Introducing “#MetViewpoints: Body Language.” Explore unique perspectives on 20 sculptures: met.org/1L3whh2 pic.twitter.com/hQDy68DPgU
Happy birthday to Édouard Manet, considered by many art historians to be the father of modernism, born on this day in 1832. Édouard Manet (French, 1832–1883). Boating, 1874. #metmuseum #manet
Happy birthday to Édouard Manet—considered by many to be the father of modernism—born in 1832. met.org/1yNSglE pic.twitter.com/ohyuePh39R
This picture made in the 1870s captures a Japanese woman & a Japanese boy in traditional dress met.org/1yFOfQk pic.twitter.com/cQ5wZ6NcvV
William Carlos Williams is the subject of Charles Demuth's “I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold.” met.org/1JdVjbB pic.twitter.com/rPMw5iXPkZ
Take a look at traditional Indian jewelry used to mark important events: met.org/1yJDpZr #TreasuresfromIndia pic.twitter.com/KqJJ1FHU87
Winslow Homer is regarded by many as the greatest American painter of the nineteenth century. met.org/1KZcgIp pic.twitter.com/oobQ6Zlf6h
Fabergé's art has become widely known and internationally sought after. See works on view: met.org/1zx6lqu pic.twitter.com/ZrTKkuCYOg