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Image for A Stroll through the Gardens at The Met Cloisters!
The #MetKids editors share some fun facts about a garden at The Met Cloisters where you can find plants grown in Europe in the Middle Ages.
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Associate Conservator Rebecca Capua details the second phase of deinstalling and reinstalling the Book of the Dead for the newly renovated Ptolemaic art galleries.
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Assistant Curator Yaëlle Biro describes a new installation in the gallery devoted to Ethiopian art that combines historical works from the Museum's collection with a series of related creations by a contemporary artist.
Image for Rodin, Redon, Renoir: Selecting Paintings for *Rodin at The Met*
Assistant Curator Alison Hokanson discusses how she found the perfect paintings to complement Rodin's sculptures in the Rodin at The Met exhibition.
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Teen Advisory Group Member Jill shares her impressions of the exhibition Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China.
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Teen Advisory Group Members Natalee, Brooke, and Tiffany discuss Xu Bing's Book from the Sky, a piece in the exhibition Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China.
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Associate Curator Soyoung Lee highlights several recent acquisitions on view through March 27, 2016, in Korea: 100 Years of Collecting at the Met.
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Assistant Research Curator of Chinese Art Shi-yee Liu discusses the artists of the Epigraphic School—the final chapter of the calligraphic evolution of dynasty China.
Image for An Intern's View of *Diamond Mountains*: The Installation
Intern Youngshin Yook takes readers behind the scenes to see the installation of Diamond Mountains: Travel and Nostalgia in Korean Art.
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Celebrate Shavuot this year with three works of art from The Met collection, including a set of extraordinary Torah adornments.
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Artwork

The Bath, Jávea

Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (Spanish, Valencia 1863–1923 Cercedilla)

Date:1905
Medium:Oil on canvas
Accession Number:09.71.2
Location:On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 800
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Artwork

Señora de Sorolla (Clotilde García del Castillo, 1865–1929) in Black

Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (Spanish, Valencia 1863–1923 Cercedilla)

Date:1906
Medium:Oil on canvas
Accession Number:09.71.3
Location:Not on view
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Artwork

Mrs. Winthrop W. Aldrich (Harriet Alexander, 1888–1972)

Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (Spanish, Valencia 1863–1923 Cercedilla)

Date:1909
Medium:Oil on canvas
Accession Number:58.81
Location:Not on view
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Artwork

Castle of San Servando, Toledo

Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (Spanish, Valencia 1863–1923 Cercedilla)

Date:1906
Medium:Oil on canvas
Accession Number:22.119.1
Location:Not on view
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Timeline of Art History

The Bath, Jávea

Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (Spanish, Valencia 1863–1923 Cercedilla)

Date: 1905
Accession Number: 09.71.2

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Timeline of Art History

Impressionism: Art and Modernity

In addition to their radical technique, the bright colors of Impressionist canvases were shocking for eyes accustomed to the more sober colors of Academic painting.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art's renovated and expanded Galleries for 19th- and Early 20th-Century European Paintings and Sculpture will reopen on December 4, 2007. The newly refurbished galleries – which occupy nearly 35,000 square feet, including 8,000 square feet of new exhibition space named the Henry J. Heinz II Galleries in recognition of a major gift made by his widow, the long-time Metropolitan Museum Trustee Drue Heinz – will showcase European paintings from the Museum's world-renowned collection, dating from 1800 through the early 20th century. This new presentation will feature a more thorough display of the Museum's 19th-century collection, augmented with seminal works from the early modern era.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's renovated and expanded Galleries for 19th- and Early 20th-Century European Paintings and Sculpture will reopen on December 4, 2007. The newly refurbished galleries – which occupy nearly 35,000 square feet, including 8,000 square feet of new exhibition space named the Henry J. Heinz II Galleries in recognition of a major gift made by his widow, the long-time Metropolitan Museum Trustee Drue Heinz – will showcase European paintings from the Museum's world-renowned collection, dating from 1800 through the early 20th century. This new presentation will feature a more thorough display of the Museum's 19th-century collection, augmented with seminal works from the early modern era.
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Artwork

Venetian Summer

Jane Peterson (American, Elgin, Illinois 1876–1965 Leawood, Kansas)

Date:n.d.
Medium:Oil on canvas
Accession Number:2019.135
Location:Not on view