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E. Gilliéron & Son’s Reproductions of Art from Greek Bronze Age...

NEW YORK, NY.- Astonishing archaeological discoveries made during the extraordinarily successful excavations of Heinrich Schliemann at the ancient Greek site of Mycenae in 1876 and of Sir Arthur Evans at Knossos on Crete, beginning in 1900, stirred pop...

E. Gilliéron & Son’s Reproductions of Art from Greek Bronze Age...

NEW YORK, NY.- Astonishing archaeological discoveries made during the extraordinarily successful excavations of Heinrich Schliemann at the ancient Greek site of Mycenae in 1876 and of Sir Arthur Evans at Knossos on Crete, beginning in 1900, stirred pop...

Rarely Seen 18th-Century Pastel Portraits on View in New Exhibition at...

NEW YORK, N Y.- Pastel quite suddenly became popular throughout Europe in the 18th century, so much so that, by 1750, some 2,500 artists and amateurs were working in pastel in Paris alone. Portraits in pastel were commissioned by all ranks of society, ...

Rarely Seen 18th-Century Pastel Portraits on View in New Exhibition at...

NEW YORK, N Y.- Pastel quite suddenly became popular throughout Europe in the 18th century, so much so that, by 1750, some 2,500 artists and amateurs were working in pastel in Paris alone. Portraits in pastel were commissioned by all ranks of society, ...

Patti and Everett B. Birch Foundation Funds Two New Galleries and...

NEW YORK, NY.- Two new galleries at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and related education programs-all focusing on the art and culture of Morocco, Spain, North Africa, and the Western Mediterranean during the eighth through 19th century-have been funded...

Sculptures by Renowned British Artist Anthony Caro on View at Metropolitan...

NEW YORK, NY.- Sculptures by Anthony Caro (b. 1924)—who is considered the most influential and prolific British sculptor of his generation, and a key figure in the development of modernist sculpture over the last 60 years—will be featured in ...

First Exhibition to Focus on Motif of the Open Window in...

NEW YORK, NY.- During the Romantic era, the open window appeared either as the sole subject or the main feature in many pictures of interiors that were filled with a poetic play of light and perceptible silence. Rooms with a View: The Open Window in th...

Exhibition of Magnificent Andean Tunics on View at Metropolitan Museum

NEW YORK, NY.- The Metropolitan Museum of Art will present a special exhibition focusing on the Andean tunic, beginning March 8. Featuring some 30 tunics drawn from the Museum's collection with loans from The Textile Museum, Washington, D.C., The Cleve...

Restored Masterpiece on View in New Installation at Metropolitan Museum

NEW YORK, NY.- Filippino Lippi (1457-1504) is one of the great artists of 15th-century Florence. Among his principal patrons was the wealthy banker Filippo Strozzi (1428–1491), who in 1487 contracted the artist to decorate his funerary chapel in ...

Restored Renaissance Masterpiece on View in New Installation at Metropolitan Museum

NEW YORK, NY.- Filippino Lippi (1457-1504) is one of the great artists of 15th-century Florence. Among his principal patrons was the wealthy banker Filippo Strozzi (1428–1491), who in 1487 contracted the artist to decorate his funerary chapel in ...

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