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Enjoy a colorful pair of incense boxes in the shape of dog-charms made in 19th century Japan: met.org/1yumHvX pic.twitter.com/nEW5nuKTYX
This wood engraving illustrates the climax of Tennyson's poem, "The Lady of Shalott." met.org/1xSpCzh pic.twitter.com/KwMjQFZaKw
View red dresses, shoes, corsets & more on our @Pinterest board, Lady in Red. met.org/184A6wo #FashionFriday pic.twitter.com/YregP0cnxm
Learn about the Met’s recently digitized collection of family guides & art hunts: met.org/1ueZB8j #MetKids pic.twitter.com/l3PKxLJaFu
American photographer Carleton Watkins captured the vastness and grandeur of Yosemite Valley. met.org/1ueT9Op pic.twitter.com/j4TbYOimcI
This post describes correcting distortions in the canvas of our newly acquired Jabach portrait met.org/1yu8qPY pic.twitter.com/LcHyQszz9S
Tonight's #MetMuseumPresents performance returns our double-manual piano to the limelight. met.org/1uDnRod pic.twitter.com/HdyMCmWP8k
“Thomas Struth: Photographs,” on view through February 16, 2015, celebrates the Museum's unparalleled holdings of photographs by Thomas Struth, one of the most important and influential photographers of the last half-century. Thomas Struth (German, born 1954). The Restorers at San Lorenzo Maggiore,
This tiger netsuke has the demeanor of a household pet. met.org/1xkLxQA #NetsukeNovember pic.twitter.com/F5DhFABel7
Free #DeathBecomesHer lecture today—Women in Black: Fashioning Mourning in the 19th Century. met.org/1vtAcOC pic.twitter.com/54qBPejNXd
This painting represents the marriage of Cupid, the son of Venus, with the mortal Psyche. met.org/1t8gqCp pic.twitter.com/ImAKhPy0zK
The wings and jewelry on this bracelet plaque point to close connections with foreign lands. met.org/1F4G94w pic.twitter.com/pI1EWzLcSk
In this teen blog post, a former High School Intern describes her interest in Byzantine art. met.org/1qSPqpF pic.twitter.com/1q0T0DHVeD
Tix still available for @cory_arcangel & @ddddddeon “Dances for the Electric Piano” on 11/22! met.org/1vn9oQ2 pic.twitter.com/iNfo4Rge9R
艺术与思想的马赛克。#OneMetManyWorlds 以11种语言阐释了500多件艺术作品:met.org/11pqnUD pic.twitter.com/xTOvmvhs8Z
Tomorrow at 6:30 p.m., artist Ann Agee will discuss artworks that have influenced her own work met.org/1wTAfyw pic.twitter.com/vyIIaltNNS
#Cubism, the most influential art movement of the early 20th century, still resonates today. met.org/11z8kMI pic.twitter.com/zqzWNoVvz7
This photograph of children in the galleries was taken in 1910. #metmuseum #tbt
In this Of Note blog post, learn about three important generations of the Sax family. met.org/1AdOg0w pic.twitter.com/Ec5QMa9b4h
Thomas Struth @metmuseum is a must see, esp. "The Restorers at San Lorenzo Maggiore, Naples" (1988) #thomasstruth pic.twitter.com/IExyuqYdaJ
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“Sumptuous: East Asian Lacquer, 14th–20th Century” features permanent collection treasures. met.org/1xTE2jz pic.twitter.com/Rh5fEZtFz0
This immortal is always accompanied by a toad and is able to morph into one. met.org/11z7wY6 #NetsukeNovember pic.twitter.com/2jThsEzeDU
Poetry becomes picture in this 17th-century Indian painting of a heroine and her lover: met.org/11phUAJ pic.twitter.com/5PRGEC51uK
The party is on at tonight’s Apollo Circle Benefit planned by our fabulous @metmuseumevents team! Thanks to @hannahbronfman and @brendanfallis for getting the crowd on their feet in The Temple of Dendur in The Sackler Wing. #metmuseum #apollocircle