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The Met

"Black Cat and Narcissus" is a hanging scroll from the Qing dynasty, perfect for #BlackCatAppreciationDay.
Learn about how The Costume Institute prepared for #MetKawakubo.
Follow The #MetBreuer on @instagram for exhibitions information, events and more:
On view now, #SaraBermanscloset displays a meticulously organized, modest closet, celebrating her life:
What kinds of stories do you share with family, friends, or classmates? Explore Greek storytelling with #MetKids:
This exhibition explores pastel portraiture, a style that flourished in 18th-century Europe.
The subject of this aquamanile is the moralizing legend of Aristotle and Phyllis.
This portrait shows the artist with his second wife and one of their five children strolling in a "Garden of Love."
This exhibition explores how 18th and 19th century Indian artists evolved to accommodate European tastes:
Peek inside our jewelry box and explore stunning jewelry and gems on this @Pinterest board #MetOpenAccess
This exhibition features #Villalpando's his earliest masterpiece, a monumental painting that spans 28 feet.
One Met. Many Worlds. presents the Met's more than 500 collection highlights in 11 languages:
Join us tomorrow at 3:30 pm for a family Art Trek tour. This month’s theme is "The Great Outdoors!"
Sign up for the #MetKids newsletter to receive news, event information, and art activities in your inbox!
Paul Klee embraced the full power of abstraction by fractioning the landscape into squares.
Use of the Pegasus conveys a Renaissance idea that “the wings of the human mind” support the science of astronomy.
British artist and book illustrator Walter Crane was born on this day in 1845.
In The Tube Train, Cyril E. Power reminds us that long before iPhones, commuters preferred reading to interacting w/ one another @metmuseum
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Napoléon Bonaparte was born this day in 1769:
Wednesday at 11am, take a free tour with a curator and learn about Cristóbal de #Villalpando's 28-foot masterpiece.
World War I & Visual Arts exhibition in @metmuseum displays images of body armor designed in 1910s by a Met curator
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The clawlike waves in this Edo period screen are peculiarly reminiscent of dragons’ talons.
René-Jules Lalique designed this powerfully evocative necklace for his second wife, Augustine-Alice Ledru.
In this episode of Artists Project, artist Mariko Mori explores Botticelli's "The Annunciation."
This exhibition explores luxury textiles from the 18th and 19th centuries, as part of #ChineseOperaCostumes.
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