A Pawnee war club offers an object lesson in interpreting Native American art
The exhibition Art of Native America brings this country’s first art to the newly invigorated American Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Celebrating the Venetian artist Tintoretto at five hundred
An exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art shines a spotlight on the impressive cultural oeuvre of an overlooked civilization.
In 2014 the American Wing of The Metropolitan Museum of Art received a gift from devoted patron Jacqueline Loewe Fowler of a stunning Arts and Crafts silver and enamel hand mirror by Eda Lord Dixon. At the time, Eda was virtually unknown, even among Arts and Crafts silver scholars, principally because she rarely signed her work.
The Met’s exhibition of work from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation has the power to reframe the critical discussion of art.
Chippendale’s Director: The Designs and Legacy of a Furniture Maker at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, May 14–January 9, 2019
A new exhibition at the Met examines the glad spirits of the impressionists and others en plein air
The Silver Caesars: A Renaissance Mystery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
A new exhibition explores the global career of one of America’s leading landscape painters.