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A neuroscientist discusses our ability to interpret a face—learn more: met.org/1aJkB5f #MetViewpoints pic.twitter.com/qGJfVpRVeM
In this blog post, a teen intern discusses the Museum’s impact on her photography. met.org/1AxiAy1 #metteens pic.twitter.com/KsPoOch974
Women have occupied key roles in shaping African history. met.org/1FPvYSD #WomensHistoryMonth pic.twitter.com/vBTTqss4gl
Happening now @metmuseum Kirk Knuffke playing corner from the collection! pic.twitter.com/iQGM4eSiAA
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“Colors of the Universe: Chinese Hardstone Carvings” closes in less than a week! met.org/1EGRH0Z #AsianArt100 pic.twitter.com/WDEcBqvqaI
Learn about our upcoming British painting lecture series, Rule, Britannia! met.org/1BR6oPH #MetMuseumPresents pic.twitter.com/QFL6AaRYF1
Friday from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., go head to head with fellow Museum visitors as you go on a quest for answers found in works of art during our free gallery event, Suit Up: Arms and Armor. This event is part of #MetFridays: New York's Night Out. Gallery 371 - European Armor for Field and Tournament #me
Visit the Met to see the recently acquired Stela of Kemes in the Egyptian galleries! met.org/1M3PMpk pic.twitter.com/4iKkLPfLdX
What did people "hear" when they looked at paintings of musical performances? met.org/1M2p2DG #MetCaravaggio pic.twitter.com/t6Pr6MeiHz
This bronze Buddha's unusual halo has serrations that indicate radiating light. met.org/1M40pXk #AsianArt100 pic.twitter.com/rwSl4HFjhR
Edwin Lord Weeks’s exotic subjects reflect the influence of his teacher Jean-Léon Gérôme. met.org/1F26z86 pic.twitter.com/gtNBAfj39p
After the Revolution, patriot Paul Revere worked as a silversmith, printer, and dentist. met.org/1E9SlVT pic.twitter.com/RPjgN1sUW8
Did you know today is Peach Blossom Day? Childe Hassam (American, 1859–1935). Peach Blossoms—Villiers-le-Bel, 1887–89. #metmuseum #childehassam #peachblossom
In this video, choreographer Bill T. Jones discusses the pose of St. Sebastian met.org/1E9xRfX #MetViewpoints pic.twitter.com/wfkYZBFP1m
Breathtakingly beautiful screens on display @metmuseum's new Discovering Japanese Art exhibit metmuseum.org/exhibitions/li… pic.twitter.com/CGgjWkWz2i
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Read about an ornate cornet recently acquired by the Museum: met.org/1BwNJqS #MetMusic pic.twitter.com/v4anCT27XM
Great photo! Thanks for sharing :) RT @DavidWGrunner A snowy .@metmuseum pic.twitter.com/TjShC9uk87
Today is Peach Blossom Day! Enjoy these lovely flowers in John William Hill's 1874 drawing. met.org/1wKgF95 pic.twitter.com/VSABOS0uWK
This exhibition features spectacular ritual vessels from the fifth century B.C. met.org/18hkVq8 #AsianArt100 pic.twitter.com/e8nT5w4l2p
Stone carving is one of the oldest arts in China, its beginnings dating back to remote antiquity. Don’t miss exquisite works on view in “Colors of the Universe: Chinese Hardstone Carvings,” closing Sunday. Table Screen with Landscape Scene, 18th–19th century. China. #metmuseum #AsianArt100
Baseball spring training begins today! Peruse the thousands of cards in our collection: met.org/1GbTpsV pic.twitter.com/34mkmJSy1A
Using a tiny eraser to clean surface dirt b/t lines of this #Tiffany design drawing @metmuseum #paperconservation pic.twitter.com/EkYdmv1Sc5
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Explore links between the #WinchesterBible and artwork from France, Belgium, and Sicily: met.org/1BPqKJi pic.twitter.com/nzGKcgU4S7