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"Recent Acquisitions, A Selection: 2012–2014" The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 72, no. 2 (Fall, 2014)
Adlin, Jane, Stijn Alsteens, Ian Alteveer, Katharine B. Baetjer, Carmen C. Bambach, Peter Barnet, Andrea J. Bayer, Kurt Behrendt, Yaëlle Biro, Barbara D. Boehm, Andrew Bolton, John T. Carpenter, Keith Christiansen, Nicholas Cullinan, Malcolm Daniel, Jayson Kerr Dobney, James David Draper, Maryam Ekhtiar, Douglas S. Eklund, Helen C Evans, Mia Fineman, Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Christine Giuntini, Sarah B. Graff, Randall Griffey, John Guy, Navina Najat Haidar, Seán Hemingway, Marsha Hill, Alison Hokanson, Melanie Holcomb, Timothy B. Husband, Kyriaki Karoglou, Peter M. Kenny, Eric Kjellgren, Harold Koda, Wolfram Koeppe, Elizabeth Mankin Kornhauser, Alisa LaGamma, Donald J. La Rocca, Soyoung Lee, Denise Patry Leidy, Christopher S. Lightfoot, Charles T. Little, Shi-yee Liu, Constance McPhee, Joan R. Mertens, Asher Ethan Miller, J. Kenneth Moore, Jeffrey Munger, Nadine M. Orenstein, Judith Ostrowitz, Diana Craig Patch, Amelia Peck, Carlos A. Picón, Joanne Pillsbury, Marla Prather, Stuart W. Pyhrr, Rebecca A. Rabinow, Jan Glier Reeder, Jessica Regan, Sabine Rewald, Samantha J. Rippner, Catharine H. Roehrig, Jeff L. Rosenheim, Martina Rugiadi, Joseph Scheier-Dolberg, Femke Speelberg, Perrin Stein, E. Bradley Strauchen-Scherer, Luke Syson, Pierre Terjanian, Thayer Tolles, Melinda Watt, and Beth Carver Wees (2014)
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Every two years the fall issue of the Met's quarterly Bulletin celebrates notable recent acquisitions and gifts to the collection. Highlights of Recent Acquisitions 2012–2014 includes the promised gifts of the Leonard A. Lauder Cubist Collection; the lavishly illustrated manuscript known as the Mishneh Torah, by celebrated medieval philosopher Moses Maimonides; paintings by turn-of-the-century Symbolists Ferdinand Hodler and Vilhelm Hammershøi; a superb viola by Jacob Stainer, whose instruments were favored by the Bach and Mozart families; and a magnificent Roman porphyry vessel that is one of the finest to survive from Classical antiquity. This publication also honors the many generous contributions from donors that make possible the continued growth of the Met's collection.

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