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A "ragamala" is a series of paintings depicting musical melodies. See examples on view now: met.org/1muNtO2 pic.twitter.com/PfCNbSUnmi
For the first time in more than a decade, all seventeen of the Met’s paintings by Vincent van Gogh are on display in galleries 823, 826, and 961. #metmuseum #emptymet #vangogh
During his career, Goya moved from jolly & lighthearted to pessimistic & searching in his work met.org/1oYN6B9 pic.twitter.com/BUrJP0jKD0
A selection of works from the House of Fabergé is on long-term loan: met.org/1llt2ID cc: @OfficialFaberge pic.twitter.com/JF7zNOxgnM
This is Seurat’s first nocturnal painting and his first depiction of popular entertainment. met.org/1w9naqj pic.twitter.com/BKyS4rcosx
Admire the twisting blossoms on this Chinese porcelain jar with cobalt blue underglaze. met.org/1ohpUId pic.twitter.com/pF7hwkBv0L
What better place to spend an evening? #MetRoof has Dan Graham's work, skyline views & drinks! met.org/XDfEVq pic.twitter.com/jRKKMpDJVS
There is no design that evokes the summer season more than a cotton wrap dress. met.org/1z7tjPP #FashionFriday pic.twitter.com/XR8yr7Wrsa
Our #82ndandFifth iPad app was named one of the Best New Apps in the @AppStore! Download now: met.org/1sFgzjg pic.twitter.com/OyaAjtmVrP
Discover the Jade Room and other Museum spaces that live on only in the Met's rich history. met.org/XDbRaT pic.twitter.com/mqiw4yDUAf
“P.S. Art,” an annual exhibition of work by talented young artists from New York City's public schools, showcases the creativity of prekindergarten through grade 12 students from all five boroughs. Devon Rodriguez (Age 17, Grade 12). The Sixth Floor. High School of Art & Design, Manhattan. #metmuseu
"P.S. Art," featuring works by students from all 5 boroughs, has been extended through 10/20! met.org/1vrVsRv pic.twitter.com/F7yMq0D1Sa
This is the last weekend to see “P.S. Art.” See a slideshow of works by talented NYC students: met.org/1hQLJle pic.twitter.com/9tmNHF9ffF
Henri Cartier-Bresson was born on this day in 1908. This picture reveals the influence of both Cubism & Surrealism. met.org/1rP1Hwj
请关注我们新推出的 #82ndandFifth iPad应用程序!通过12种语言探索这一2013年的获奖系列:met.org/1sFgzjg pic.twitter.com/QOUMP0Uz4H
Admire Spanish artist Luis Falero's "Twin Stars" soaring up into the night sky: met.org/1mmkw73 pic.twitter.com/aStdffsLZt
View depictions of New York City throughout the collection on our @Pinterest board: met.org/1enZlCg pic.twitter.com/40luaKj6Pk
Learn about an object possibly from a region recently named to the @UNESCO World Heritage List met.org/1naqCYi pic.twitter.com/QLy0lfexgp
Enjoy a watercolor view of island-studded Lake Squam from Red Hill in New Hampshire. met.org/1BCt5En pic.twitter.com/MpAmBrzTr0
On view—a rare, circular architectural print by French Renaissance artist Hugues Sambin: met.org/1mwpHjx pic.twitter.com/dTBuFzGpkQ
Queens Nefertiti and Kiya are possible subjects of this striking fragment from a statue. met.org/1vhS7Ez pic.twitter.com/yv8EGO6cyv
MT @MartinGuitar: CEO and Chairman Chris Martin IV at the @metmuseum with curator @JayKerrDobney. Watch it here: met.org/1BG5gLX
In 1963 “The Mona Lisa” by Leonardo da Vinci was on loan from the French government to the United States. The painting was exhibited at the Met for 26 days, during which time it was viewed by over one million visitors. #tbt #metmuseum #monalisa
Découvrez notre app iPad #82ndandFifth: nos séries web, primées en 2013, à voir en 12 langues: met.org/1sFgzjg pic.twitter.com/CtAxs8wXPu
Happy birthday to Jean-Baptiste Greuze, born in 1725. Here he displays extraordinary finesse: met.org/1mS6hXB pic.twitter.com/W15q7vG0If