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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Journal, volume 55 (2020)

"John Haberle's A Bachelor’s Drawer: Censorship, Geologic Time, and Truth"

Werbel, Amy
17 pages
17 illustrations
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"Buddhism and Silk: Reassessing a Painted Banner from Medieval Central Asia in The Met"
Michelle C. Wang, Xin Wen, Susan Whitfield

"Joris Hoefnagel's Insects"
Marjorie Shelley

"John Haberle's A Bachelor’s Drawer: Censorship, Geologic Time, and Truth"
Amy Werbel

"'The Toughest, Meanest Art I Was Making': Edward Ruscha's Books"
Doug Eklund

"An Ode to James Van Der Zee: Lorna Simpson's 9 Props"
Emilie Boone

Research Notes

"Domesticated Partners: A New Analysis of a Sumerian Vessel"
Bailey E. Barnard

"Radiance and the Power of Erasure in an Obsidian Lamaštu Amulet"
Miriam Said

"Ernst Herzfeld, Joseph Upton, and the Artaxerxes Phialai"
Henry P. Colburn

"New Insights into an Old Collection: Ptolemaic Pottery from Hibis (Kharga Oasis)"
James C. R. Gill

"A Bat and Two Ears and Jusepe de Ribera's Triumphant Virtue"
Viviana Farina

"Carmontelle's Telltale Marks and Materials"
Margot Bernstein

"The Met's German Keyed Guitar"
Daniel Wheeldon

A Bachelor's Drawer, John Haberle  American, Oil on canvas, American
Annie Sutherland, from the Actresses series (N668), Albumen photograph
ca. 1888

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