Terracotta relief of a warrior dragging a captive, c. 540-520 B.C. Archaic Greek (Cretan), Metropolitan Museum pic.twitter.com/TwBlxyEVBW — MARTIN O. ROCCA (@M65SANCHEZ) April 15, 2015 More on tonight's @ROMtoronto #ROMSpeaks discussion:...Show More Summary
Photos by Greg Cristman Charles Lloyd and Friends @ The Met 4/17/2015 On a small stage facing the Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art the WNYC radio host Terrance McKnight put on his most serious voice and...
Profile Portrait of Miss Wieling, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein Red chalk on paper, 14 x 10 inches (35 x 26 cm). In the Metropolitan Museum of Art This forceful but delicate profile portrait is made graphically strong by the artist’s use of dramatic value contrast between the face and background. His approach is precise, with […]
I’ve mentioned before my earnest wish to visit New York City if for no other reason than to see the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which must be the greatest art museum in North America. Messy Nessy Chic has given me yet another reasonShow More Summary
Lago Avernus, William Trost Richards In the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Watercolor and gouache on blue paper, 4 1/2 x 9 1/9 inches (11 x 24 cm). Lago Avernus (“Lake Avernus”) is a lake in a volcanic crater in the Campania region of southern Italy. Once believed to be the mythical entrance to the Underworld, […]
Now there's a whole new way to lose friends and alienate yourself from coworkers. Housetu Sato and his art students created a frighteningly life-like cat head for an art exhibition at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. The giant creepy...Show More Summary
The Metropolitan Museum has mounted a show of 137 rare pieces of art of the Plains Indians, on loan from 58 different international collections.
Monday: Last minute tax help, more balmy weather, and the Metropolitan Museum's humble beginnings.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art will launch its first season of programming in the landmark building by Marcel Breuer on Madison Avenue at 75th Street in New York, when The Met Breuer opens to the public on Thursday, March 10, 2016. Encompassing...Show More Summary
The Metropolitan Museum of Art finally revealed the name of the Brutalist concrete building that will be its contemporary art outpost for the next eight years.
Nicolas M. Salgo (1914-2005), a Hungarian native and former United States ambassador to Budapest, was fascinated by the art of the goldsmith in Hungarian culture and formed his own ?treasury? by collecting pieces that are individual and unique. Show More Summary
hildegardavon: centuriespast: Statuette of the lady Tiye Dynasty 18,ca.1390-1349 B.C., reign of Amenhotep III-Akhenaten, wod, carnelian, gold, glass, Egyptian blue, paint, 24 cm The Metropolitan Museum of Art Inv. 41.2.10 The “mistress of the harim Tiye” wears the voluminous wig and clinging dress of her time. Her necklace is made of gold, semi-precious stones and glass.
A distinct journey through homoerotic history — from Hadrian and his boyfriend to the phallic poles of Oceania — led by Andrew Lear read more
ASSISTANT CURATOR, Drawings and Prints. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Manages the Prints Study Room and storage areas. Res (Word) by May 1st to Careers@MetMuseum.org with “Assistant Curator, Drawings and Prints” in the subject.
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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