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Eye Candy for Today: Watanabe Seitei ink and color on silk

Bird on Branch Watching Spider, Watanabe Seitei Ink and color on silk; roughly 14 x 10 inches (36 x 26 cm); in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Use the Download or Enlarge links under the image on their site. Even though the Read More...

The Met shows rarely seen treasures from its collection of American works on paper

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

More than three dozen rarely seen treasures from The Metropolitan Museum of Art's collection of late 19th-century American works on paper will be featured in the exhibition Gilded Age Drawings at The Met, opening August 21. Created primarily...Show More Summary

Eye Candy for Today: Hans Hoffmann watercolor and gouache hedgehog

A Hedgehog (Erinaceus roumanicus), Hans Hoffmann Watercolor and gouache on vellum; roughly 8 x 12 inches ( 21 x 31 cm). In the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 16th century German artist Hans Hoffman was noted for his detailed paintings of animals and Read More...

Exhibitions in New York: Rare “Gilded Age Drawings” unveiled at The Metropolitan Museum

last weekLifestyle / Luxury : Luxuo

Centred on America's booming art scene in the late 1800s, the exhibition will feature many artworks that have not been displayed to the public in over 30 years.

BREAKING: That Big Fancy Gala We're Never Invited To Will Probably Definitely Rip Off 'The Young Pope' Next Year

last weekFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

So you know how the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute has a big themed fashion exhibit every year, which they launch with a huge gala organized by the iron fist of Anna Wintour and populated by celebrities and their...

A major museum has to return another looted artifact. Welcome to the dark side of the art world.

U.S. prosecutors recently seized a 2,300-year-old vase, painted by the great Greek artist Python, which had long been on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Evidence showed that tomb raiders had looted it in Italy in the 1970s. It is expected that the vase will ultimately be returned to Italy, as was the Euphronios […]

"The Metropolitans" by Carol Goodman (Reviewed by Cindy Hannikman)

Visit Carol Goodman's Website Here OVERVIEW: The day Japan bombs Pearl Harbor, four thirteen-year-olds converge at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where an eccentric curator is seeking four uncommonly brave souls to track down the hidden...Show More Summary

Philippe de Montebello On What's Ailing The Met Museum

2 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"The messages that are sent out have a completely unbalanced emphasis on contemporary art, as if somehow the crowds that come to the Metropolitan Museum on Fifth Avenue—where people go to see Egyptian, Greek, and Islamic Art and great European paintings—are suddenly going to come to see contemporary art. This when there are a thousand […]

Opensource Reprint: Nekyia “A South Italian Bell-Krater by Python in the Metropolitan Museum of Art”

2 weeks agoArts : ARCAblog

Given the recent interest in the July 31, 2017 article in the New York Times regarding the Python bell-krater depicting Dionysos with Thyros which was seized by New York authorities from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, ARCA has elected to publish Dr. Show More Summary

Keith L. Prewitt, former Deputy Director for the Secret Service, named Chief Security Officer at The Met

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Daniel H. Weiss, President and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced today that Keith L. Prewitt has been appointed to the role of Chief Security Officer for the Museum. Mr. Prewitt is presently Vice President for Cable Security...Show More Summary

Marble bull's head from the temple of Eshmun

Excavations at the temple of Eshmun in Lebanon recovered a marble bull's head. It is now suggested that it was this head, apparently first published in 1967, that was placed on loan to New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art (Tom Mashberg, "Met Museum Turns Over Another Relic With Disputed Past to Prosecutors", New York Times August 1, 2017 ). Show More Summary

Met Museum Turns Over A Second Ancient Artwork To Police

3 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"Manhattan prosecutors have taken custody of an ancient bull's head that was on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art because of concerns that the antiquity was looted from a Lebanese storage area in the 1980s during Lebanon's civil war.... Last week, the Met surrendered an ancient vase that it bought at auction in […]

Metropolitan Museum of Art hands over Paestan krater

Detail of Paestan kraterSource: Dr Christos Tsirogiannis In May 2014 I commented on a Paestan krater acquired by New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art after it had been identified by Dr Christos Tsirogiannis in photographic images seized from Giacomo Medici. Show More Summary

Lebanese Sculpture Seized from New York's Museum of Art

Knocked off bull head on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, photo Credit William and Lynda Beierwaltes Another ancient object has been seized by Manhattan prosecutors from the displays at the Metropolitan Museum of art (Tom Mashberg, 'Met Museum Turns Over Another Relic With Disputed Past to Prosecutors New York Times August 1st 2017). Show More Summary

Met Museum of Art turns ancient vase over to prosecutors

An ancient vase that for years was housed in the elegant galleries of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art is taking up space in a much different place—a prosecutor's office. A warrant was... To view the full story, click the title link.

Metropolitan Museum Surrenders Looted Greek Vase

3 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

The 4th-century BCE terracotta vase, attributed to the artist Python, had been on display in the museum's Greco-Roman galleries for more than two decades. The post Metropolitan Museum Surrenders Looted Greek Vase appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Three years in the making: The case of “A South Italian Bell-Krater by Python in the Metropolitan Museum of Art” results in seizure.

3 weeks agoArts : ARCAblog

On June 1, 2014 this blog published a distilled version of an academic investigation which heavily documented details from an article in the Spring 2014 Journal of Art Crime involving a possibly trafficked Bell-krater. The author ofShow More Summary

Police Seize 2,300-Year-Old Greek Vase From Met Museum

3 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"For decades it was proudly displayed in the Greco-Roman galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art... Today it sits in an evidence room at the district attorney's office in Manhattan after prosecutors quietly seized the antiquity last week based on evidence that it had been looted by tomb raiders in Italy in the 1970s."

Why Met Museum's Vase Is Sitting in an Evidence Room

For 2,300 years, the painted vase has shown a scene involving the god Dionysus. For just under 30 of those years, it's been in the possession of the Metropolitan Museum of Art—and for the last week or so, it's been stored in the evidence room of the Manhattan...

Metropolitan Museum of Art announces new senior staff appointments

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Daniel H. Weiss, President and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced five senior staff appointments that went into effect this month. ? Quincy Houghton as Deputy Director for Exhibitions; ? Dita Amory as Curator in ChargeShow More Summary

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