The Metropolitan Museum of Art has released all 20 episodes of the first season of “The Artist Project."
You could pay $118 on Amazon for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's catalog The Art of Illumination: The Limbourg Brothers and the Belles Heures of Jean de France, Duc de Berry. Or you could pay $0 to download it at MetPublications, the...Show More Summary
“A portrait of Rubens’ young daughter Clara Serena, recently deaccessioned by New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, is going on display at the Rubenshuis in Antwerp. In 2013, it was auctioned as by a ‘follower of Rubens’, with an estimate of $20,000-$30,000. … Ben van Beneden, the director of the Rubenshuis, has accepted the former […]
Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced today the launch of a new online video series, The Artist Project, in which 100 artists respond to works from The Met?s vast collection, which spans more than five millennia and cultures throughout the world. Show More Summary
A painting sold by the Metropolitan Museum of Art a few years ago because it decided it was not by Peter Paul Rubens has been declared a true Rubens by other experts.
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Fatal Attraction: Piotr Ukla?ski Photographs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the first survey of this provocative artist?s photography. Known for working in a wide variety of media including installation, fiber art, resin paintings, and collage, Ukla?ski (born 1968) invests overlooked and exhausted styles with new meanings. Show More Summary
Bridge and Cows (Liber Studiorum, part I, plate 2), Joseph Mallord William Turner In the Metropolitan Museum of Art; use the zoom or download links under the image. Part of a series of etchings Turner produced, categorized to illustrate the various kinds of landscape (in this case “P” for “Pastoral”), this beautiful etching and mezzotint […]
Tim Gunn, national treasure/the only reason why any of us still watch Project Runway, spends his Sundays exactly how you might imagine: a sensible breakfast followed by a visit to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, where he's been a member since 1985. In the New York Times' Sunday Routine column,... More »
Tyrolese Interior, John Singer Sargent In the Metropolitan Museum of Art; use the zoom or download links under the image. Keenly observed and economically rendered, this beautifully evocative interior, bathed in light from an unseen window and set off with religious artifacts subtly revealed in the shadows, is more in keeping with Sargent’s personal watercolors […]
The Bardo museum in Tunis, which was attacked by gunmen on Wednesday, may not be as famous as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York or the British Museum. But it houses one of the world’s greatest collections of ancient mosaics. “The collection of mosaics — that is, pavement mosaics and wall mosaics — is unequalled,” […]
The Bardo Museum in Tunis, which was attacked by gunmen on Wednesday, may not be as famous as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, or the British Museum. But it houses one of the world’s greatest collections of ancient mosaics.Read full article >>
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Object label spotted in North American encylopedic museumreminding us of the success of the present MOUSource: David Gill Those who visit major encyclopedic museums such as New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art will know that the Italian government has been willing to share archaeological material with a North American audience. Show More Summary
“In David Chipperfield, the Met has found an architect of personal reticence and sober intellect whose work can be bold and simultaneously deferential.”
The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) announced jointly today that they are both recipients of transformative bequests of masterworks of Japanese art from the Mary Griggs Burke Collection. With objects...Show More Summary
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has raised $31 million in donations for its Asian Art Department as part of a $70 million fundraising campaign, museum officials announced Monday. The museum, which... To view the full story, click the title link.
The museums will share a gift from the estate of Mary Griggs Burke, whose collection of Japanese and other East Asian art ranked among the finest in the world.
John Kerry at the Metropolitan Museum, Sept. 22, 2014: I want you to know that President Obama and our Administration are laser-focused on protecting the cultural heritage of countries all around the world. That is why we’re fundingShow More Summary
THE Metropolitan Museum of Art has selected a London architect, David Chipperfield, to redesign its massive Modern art wing. The decision marks a dramatic new direction for the museum, which worked with a single architecture firm—Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates—for over 40 years. Show More Summary