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Kenyon Cox captures renowned American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens in this 1887 painting. met.org/1jYjxOr pic.twitter.com/MrKaOhmKwE
This publication explores the rich connections between the visual and performing arts: met.org/1Ae1LMc pic.twitter.com/TIvSoQXTz1
Once smashed into many fragments, this colossal sphinx was recovered & reassembled by the Met. met.org/1jYqUFs pic.twitter.com/wnaTdFAYv4
This Japanese scroll portrays a rooster completely soaked and disordered in a rainstorm. met.org/1mLnssF pic.twitter.com/GwLx4Jinue
“Unique by Design” features works from the creative revolution in contemporary jewelry design. met.org/1kepJlZ pic.twitter.com/wn2zWyt8St
Listen to audio interviews with those who knew #CharlesJames in this online feature: met.org/1AfWQue pic.twitter.com/BJXZsg37zg
Closing this week: 'Goya and the Altamira Family' at @metmuseum. Read our review here apollo-magazine.com/first-look-goy…
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“The world isn’t tidy; it’s a mess. I don’t try to make it neat.” —Garry Winogrand. “Garry Winogrand,” on view through September 21, brings together more than 175 of the artist's most iconic images. Garry Winogrand (American, 1928–1984). New York World's Fair, 1964. San Francisco Museum of Modern Ar
Congrats to Bill T. Jones for receiving the #NationalMedalofArts! Watch his #TEDxMet talk: met.org/1A7sdqw pic.twitter.com/hKbtZR6zxa
Happy birthday to legendary artist Marcel Duchamp, born in 1887. See selected notes behind a ground-breaking work: met.org/Urj5wl
This ivory ram's head constituted part of the courtly regalia of a ruler in southern Nigeria. met.org/WMUSlq pic.twitter.com/BOMEJOhum6
The Ashcan School artists selectively documented a transitional time in American culture. met.org/1mKwaYd pic.twitter.com/GFk2ixxQKH
Read online or download a PDF of the publication "The Emperors' Album: Images of Mughal India" met.org/1rhJHL8 pic.twitter.com/BosHgwFlIo
Walker Evans captured "Sponge Diver's Suit, Florida" in 1941: met.org/WGuUAC pic.twitter.com/rAfeDmfXux
From July 29–August 1, college interns at #TheCloisters present a special gallery talk series: met.org/1nmzMEN pic.twitter.com/IlfFhPE03w
Photographs in the "Now You See It" exhibition explore the tension between publicity & privacy met.org/1z9xnks pic.twitter.com/PIRl0BUBUG
Paul Gauguin (French, 1848–1903). The Siesta, ca. 1892–94. #metmuseum #gauguin
This porcelain depicts a lady at her breakfast, after a composition by François Boucher. met.org/1pOgq9B pic.twitter.com/me6sBUUwT5
"#LostKingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia" closes today! View works: met.org/1tHlSO4 pic.twitter.com/SaavzB8ikm
Try to rest easy with Jean-Léon Gérôme's nocturnal scene of a tiger and cubs. met.org/1jY4ODg pic.twitter.com/Lhfh8OkR8J
In this Of Note post, curator @JayKerrDobney introduces a recently acquired American banjo. met.org/1rCksGI pic.twitter.com/ECpPurxvV2
Boudin's masterful representation of light effects profoundly influenced the young Monet. met.org/1lAOKCl pic.twitter.com/n55epMopJm
Watch a conversation between designer @Zac_Posen & #CharlesJames co-curator Jan Glier Reeder: met.org/1x8bTl6 pic.twitter.com/wnjVntqJQT
Check out this publication on the extraordinarily beautiful Unicorn Tapestries. met.org/1ujZfUb #TheCloisters pic.twitter.com/uoCteGqnpf