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The Met Store Products, books, and gifts inspired by The Met collection. Every purchase supports The Met's study and conservation of 5,000 years of art. The Met Store offers an award winning range of publications, reproductions, gifts and more inspired by The Met's unparalleled collection of over 2 million works of art from 5,000 years of culture from every corner of the world.

The Met Store has a presence in all three of the museum’s iconic sites in New York City – The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters, and online at store.metmuseum.org.

Introducing jewelry by Ten Thousand Things, one of the select collaborations inspired by Before Yesterday We Could Fly: ...
10/25/2021

Introducing jewelry by Ten Thousand Things, one of the select collaborations inspired by Before Yesterday We Could Fly: An Afrofuturist Period Room opening at The Met Fifth Avenue on November 5, 2021. With guidance from the exhibition’s curators, jewelry designers Ron Anderson and David Rees immersed themselves in the history of Seneca Village—the predominantly Black settlement that flourished just a few hundred yards from the Museum’s current site in the 19th century—and in the work of musician and filmmaker Sun Ra, a pioneer of the Afrofuturist philosophy and aesthetics, to create new designs that radiate happiness, optimism, and beauty.

These exclusive pieces salute The Met’s groundbreaking new exhibition, an installation that presents a speculative home for the descendants of Seneca Village, which was destroyed by the City of New York in 1857 to make way for Central Park.

Learn more and shop the exclusive collection on our site.

Introducing the Harlem Toile de Jouy Silk Scarf by interior designer Sheila Bridges, whose contemporary take on the trad...
10/25/2021

Introducing the Harlem Toile de Jouy Silk Scarf by interior designer Sheila Bridges, whose contemporary take on the traditional 18th-century pattern playfully illustrates the absurdity of Black stereotypes: women styling hair, men playing basketball, girls enjoying a round of Double Dutch.

The exclusive designs salute The Met’s groundbreaking new exhibition Before Yesterday We Could Fly: An Afrofuturist Period Room, opening on November 5. The installation presents a speculative home for the descendants of Seneca Village, the predominantly Black settlement that flourished in the 19th century just a few hundred yards from the Museum's current site before it was destroyed by the City of New York in 1857 to make way for Central Park.

Learn more and shop the exclusive collection from the show at the link in bio.

Founded in 2014 by travel and lifestyle expert Teri Johnson, Harlem Candle Co. is a luxury home fragrance brand speciali...
10/25/2021

Founded in 2014 by travel and lifestyle expert Teri Johnson, Harlem Candle Co. is a luxury home fragrance brand specializing in scented candles that evoke the richness of Harlem. The Seneca Candle, which interprets the sensory experience of The Met's upcoming exhibition Before Yesterday We Could Fly: An Afrofuturist Period Room, transports you to an exuberant Seneca Village kitchen.

The Met's groundbreaking new installation opening on November 5 will present a speculative home for the descendants of Seneca Village, the predominantly Black settlement that flourished in the 19th century just a few hundred yards from the Museum's current site before it was destroyed by the City of New York in 1857 to make way for Central Park.

Learn more and shop the exclusive collection from the show on our site.

Founded in 2014 by travel and lifestyle expert Teri Johnson, Harlem Candle Co. is a luxury home fragrance brand specializing in scented candles that evoke the richness of Harlem. The Seneca Candle, which interprets the sensory experience of The Met's upcoming exhibition Before Yesterday We Could Fly: An Afrofuturist Period Room, transports you to an exuberant Seneca Village kitchen.

The Met's groundbreaking new installation opening on November 5 will present a speculative home for the descendants of Seneca Village, the predominantly Black settlement that flourished in the 19th century just a few hundred yards from the Museum's current site before it was destroyed by the City of New York in 1857 to make way for Central Park.

Learn more and shop the exclusive collection from the show on our site.

Introducing our Afrofuturism collaboration collection celebrating Queen Abolition (2021) by artist, social activist, spo...
10/25/2021

Introducing our Afrofuturism collaboration collection celebrating Queen Abolition (2021) by artist, social activist, spoken word poet, and educator Roberto Lugo. Working primarily with porcelain, Lugo subverts the material’s aristocratic associations with hand-painted images that evoke powerful themes of social and racial injustice and inequality.

The collection was inspired by The Met's groundbreaking new installation, Before Yesterday We Could Fly: An Afrofuturist Period Room opening on November 5 which presents a speculative home for the descendants of Seneca Village, the predominantly Black settlement that flourished in the 19th century just a few hundred yards from the Museum's current site before it was destroyed by the City of New York in 1857 to make way for Central Park.

Learn more and shop the exclusive collection on our site.

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Art Lives OnFrom book pages to gallery spaces, The Met invites you to explore, learn, and connect with the collection. A...
10/24/2021

Art Lives On

From book pages to gallery spaces, The Met invites you to explore, learn, and connect with the collection. Art-lovers around the world have remained remotely engaged with the Museum by way of The Met's many books and art-inspired designs; but as our borders reopen and we transition to the next chapter, we welcome you to visit us in-store. Rediscover what art means to you and continue your Met story with our latest jewelry, scarves, homewares, stationery, and more.

Louis Comfort Tiffany continues to dazzle, with his incomparable creations serving as a constant source of inspiration a...
10/22/2021

Louis Comfort Tiffany continues to dazzle, with his incomparable creations serving as a constant source of inspiration and delight.

Our recycled blue glass stone necklace evokes detailing from the pictured mosaic column designed for his New York showroom.

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Gear up for the holiday season with The Met and Minted!Explore exclusive-to-The Met stationery templates adapted from Mu...
10/21/2021

Gear up for the holiday season with The Met and Minted!

Explore exclusive-to-The Met stationery templates adapted from Museum artworks by Minted’s global community of creators. https://store.metmuseum.org/

Gear up for the holiday season with The Met and Minted!

Explore exclusive-to-The Met stationery templates adapted from Museum artworks by Minted’s global community of creators. https://store.metmuseum.org/

New treasurable trimmings are here!Get a jump start on your holiday to-do list with our beautiful ornament sets, all ins...
10/19/2021

New treasurable trimmings are here!

Get a jump start on your holiday to-do list with our beautiful ornament sets, all inspired by much-loved artworks in The Met collection.

An elegant archive for all your thoughts.Inspired by 18th-century French and Portuguese motifs, our beautifully crafted ...
10/18/2021

An elegant archive for all your thoughts.

Inspired by 18th-century French and Portuguese motifs, our beautifully crafted journals add a touch of history and old-world enchantment to your writing ritual. Perfect for gifting and daily use, they’ll ensure you leave no note unwritten.

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An elegant archive for all your thoughts.

Inspired by 18th-century French and Portuguese motifs, our beautifully crafted journals add a touch of history and old-world enchantment to your writing ritual. Perfect for gifting and daily use, they’ll ensure you leave no note unwritten.

Explore on our site.

All wrapped up.Stay comfortable in style this Fall with our artfully designed scarves, wraps, and neckerchiefs. Our ligh...
10/17/2021

All wrapped up.

Stay comfortable in style this Fall with our artfully designed scarves, wraps, and neckerchiefs. Our light-to-mid-weight accessories perfectly complement the changing seasons.

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All wrapped up.

Stay comfortable in style this Fall with our artfully designed scarves, wraps, and neckerchiefs. Our light-to-mid-weight accessories perfectly complement the changing seasons.

Shop the full range on our site.

Home is where the art is.Give your space a seasonal update with unique, art-infused accents and decor. Find the perfect ...
10/15/2021

Home is where the art is.

Give your space a seasonal update with unique, art-infused accents and decor. Find the perfect Fall flourish for your home and office one our site. https://store.metmuseum.org/

Collina Strada x The Met is now live!This special-edition water bottle was designed by New York based eco-conscious bran...
10/14/2021

Collina Strada x The Met is now live!

This special-edition water bottle was designed by New York based eco-conscious brand Collina Strada for The Met and is available for purchase on Instagram.

To shop the event, follow The Met Store @themetstore, Vogue Magazine @voguemagazine, and Collina Strada @collinastrada on Instagram.

Rediscover The MetOur must-read Met pubs offer new and exciting ways to connect with your favorite Museum artworks. Expl...
10/13/2021

Rediscover The Met

Our must-read Met pubs offer new and exciting ways to connect with your favorite Museum artworks. Explore our latest exhibition catalogues, coffee table books, monographs, and more in-store and online. https://store.metmuseum.org/

Introducing Collina Strada x The MetOur next Instagram drop on Thursday, 10/14, at noon ET will feature our special-edit...
10/11/2021

Introducing Collina Strada x The Met

Our next Instagram drop on Thursday, 10/14, at noon ET will feature our special-edition Collina Strada x The Met rhinestone water bottle. Each bottle comes accented with your choice of three straps made from deadstock fabric and is cobranded with the title and dates of The Costume Institute's exhibition on the bottom.
Founded in 2008 by designer Hillary Taymour, Collina Strada passionately promotes pressing matters such as sustainability and unabashed self-expression.

To shop the event, follow The Met Store @themetstore, Vogue Magazine @voguemagazine, and Collina Strada @collinastrada on Instagram, and be sure set a reminder on Instagram for noon ET on 10/14.

The wonderful William Morris!As the leading figure of the Arts and Crafts movement in Britain, William Morris (British, ...
10/08/2021

The wonderful William Morris!

As the leading figure of the Arts and Crafts movement in Britain, William Morris (British, 1834–1896) designed decorative textiles, wallpapers, furniture, stained glass, and books in abundance. Deriving inspiration from the English countryside, Morris created a visual vernacular of floral and foliate motifs highlighting nature's sublime beauty. Shop new arrivals inspired by some of Morris' botanical patterns.

Share the gift of art this holiday season. Explore exclusive–to–The Met templates adapted from Museum artworks by Minted...
10/07/2021

Share the gift of art this holiday season. Explore exclusive–to–The Met templates adapted from Museum artworks by Minted’s global community of creators.

Share the gift of art this holiday season. Explore exclusive–to–The Met templates adapted from Museum artworks by Minted’s global community of creators.

Have something to say? Say it with art.Share your words with loved ones around the world by way of our Met-inspired post...
10/06/2021

Have something to say? Say it with art.

Share your words with loved ones around the world by way of our Met-inspired postcards. Explore your favorites in store now.

Have something to say? Say it with art.

Share your words with loved ones around the world by way of our Met-inspired postcards. Explore your favorites in store now.

Our second online Fall Catalog is here!Introducing 100 brand-new arrivals featuring artfully inspired designs from The M...
10/05/2021

Our second online Fall Catalog is here!

Introducing 100 brand-new arrivals featuring artfully inspired designs from The Met collection. Tableware, jewelry, scarves—there's plenty to explore for you and your loved ones this season. Discover more on our site https://store.metmuseum.org/

Our second online Fall Catalog is here!

Introducing 100 brand-new arrivals featuring artfully inspired designs from The Met collection. Tableware, jewelry, scarves—there's plenty to explore for you and your loved ones this season. Discover more on our site https://store.metmuseum.org/

Ancient Gems, made modern.Spectacularly stylish and remarkably well-preserved, a gold Cypriot ring crafted in the 6th ce...
10/03/2021

Ancient Gems, made modern.

Spectacularly stylish and remarkably well-preserved, a gold Cypriot ring crafted in the 6th century B.C. has inspired our new suite of statement jewelry. Our Ancient Gems collection pays tribute to this rare treasure in The Met’s remarkable holdings of Greek and Roman art. The Museum’s ring bears two of its three original insets: a piece of sard (quartz) and a “stone” of glass paste, which would have presented a striking color contrast with the missing third element. We’ve reimagined this ancient adornment with gray aventurine, carnelian, and lapis stones.

Discover more history-inspired jewelry online https://store.metmuseum.org/

New & now sneak peek!Art lives on in full bloom as pictured in our soon-to-arrive homeware, featuring details from A Bou...
10/01/2021

New & now sneak peek!

Art lives on in full bloom as pictured in our soon-to-arrive homeware, featuring details from A Bouquet of Flowers (ca. 1612), a spectacular still-life painting by the Flemish artist Clara Peeters. Our fall catalog presents over 100 brand-new designs inspired by The Met Collection. Explore the latest in home accents, jewelry, scarves, books, and so much more online, plus curator insights and the stories behind some of the artworks that inspired us this season.

The Met x MintedWe’re delighted to unveil the latest items from our ongoing partnership with Minted, the online marketpl...
09/30/2021

The Met x Minted

We’re delighted to unveil the latest items from our ongoing partnership with Minted, the online marketplace of independent artists and designers. Customize your 2021 holiday cards with exclusive–to–The Met templates adapted from Museum artworks by Minted’s global community of creators.

Visit our site to discover more about The Met x Minted this holiday season. https://store.metmuseum.org/

The Met x Minted

We’re delighted to unveil the latest items from our ongoing partnership with Minted, the online marketplace of independent artists and designers. Customize your 2021 holiday cards with exclusive–to–The Met templates adapted from Museum artworks by Minted’s global community of creators.

Visit our site to discover more about The Met x Minted this holiday season. https://store.metmuseum.org/

Autumn has arrived!Sumptuous fabrics, alluring patterns, and rich colors signal the new season. Curate your style and sp...
09/28/2021

Autumn has arrived!

Sumptuous fabrics, alluring patterns, and rich colors signal the new season. Curate your style and space with dozens of fresh designs for Fall.

Find new scarves, jewelry, home and office accents, gifts, and accessories on our site. https://store.metmuseum.org/

Visual languages, translated.Our new Interlaced Circles collection interprets a 19th-century Japanese sashiko jacket in ...
09/27/2021

Visual languages, translated.

Our new Interlaced Circles collection interprets a 19th-century Japanese sashiko jacket in The Met collection. Sashiko is a quilting technique that employs a running stitch to reinforce a textile or upcycle existing pieces into a new garment. This elegant robe boasts a striking embroidered design showcasing three variations on a pattern of interlocking circles called shippō-tsunagi.

Explore our unique desk accessories, stationery, and more online https://store.metmuseum.org/

New John Derian accents, exclusively at The Met Store.Celebrated for his dreamy decoupage and hand-blown glass creations...
09/25/2021

New John Derian accents, exclusively at The Met Store.

Celebrated for his dreamy decoupage and hand-blown glass creations, John Derian and his studio have crafted a host of beautiful new items as part of our ongoing collaboration.

Each tray, plate, and desk accessory in our John Derian capsule collection references a delightful work on paper from The Met’s monumental Department of Drawings and Prints. Made by hand in his New York studio, our John Derian exclusives are ideal treasures for any art lover.

From portraits to publications, there’s plenty to enjoy right now at The Met!Discover The New Woman Behind the Camera, h...
09/24/2021

From portraits to publications, there’s plenty to enjoy right now at The Met!

Discover The New Woman Behind the Camera, highlighting the diverse and daring “New Women” revolutionizing photography in the 1920s, and cast your gaze on major Medici-commissioned masterpieces at The Medici: Portraits and Politics, 1512–1570. Our new Met Pubs afford a deep dive into both exhibitions, so bring your Museum experience home on your next visit.

Discover more must-reads on our site https://store.metmuseum.org/

From portraits to publications, there’s plenty to enjoy right now at The Met!

Discover The New Woman Behind the Camera, highlighting the diverse and daring “New Women” revolutionizing photography in the 1920s, and cast your gaze on major Medici-commissioned masterpieces at The Medici: Portraits and Politics, 1512–1570. Our new Met Pubs afford a deep dive into both exhibitions, so bring your Museum experience home on your next visit.

Discover more must-reads on our site https://store.metmuseum.org/

Art lives on… at The Met and at home!Modern decorative accents, derived from traditional Sumatran symbols..Our new colle...
09/22/2021

Art lives on… at The Met and at home!

Modern decorative accents, derived from traditional Sumatran symbols..

Our new collection takes its inspiration from an exquisite ceremonial mat, or lampit, woven in the Lampung province of Indonesia during the late 19th or early 20th century. Designed for a spiritual leader, the mat features crescent moons and birds in flight, suggesting the enduring relationship between Indonesia’s elite rulers and the universe’s cosmic order. Shop new home arrivals and more at https://store.metmuseum.org/

A seat at the American Gilded Age table...When William Henry Vanderbilt, eldest son and heir of “Commodore” Cornelius Va...
09/20/2021

A seat at the American Gilded Age table...

When William Henry Vanderbilt, eldest son and heir of “Commodore” Cornelius Vanderbilt, built his enormous Fifth Avenue mansion—which spanned an entire city block—in 1879, he turned to Herter Brothers, then one of New York’s premier cabinet-making firms, to decorate and furnish it. The mansion’s decor was inspired by a broad range of historical styles, with each room having its own distinctive scheme. The Met houses a number of furnishings from the now-demolished residence, including a pair of side chairs, upon which our American Gilded Age jewelry collection is based.

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New framed prints are in!Recreate your space with our collection of ready-to-hang prints, expertly printed on archival p...
09/19/2021

New framed prints are in!

Recreate your space with our collection of ready-to-hang prints, expertly printed on archival paper and professionally framed for your home or office. Choose from 20 new images, including works by Mary Cassatt, Edward Hopper, William Henry John, and others.

Shop new home decor and more at our site https://store.metmuseum.org/

New framed prints are in!

Recreate your space with our collection of ready-to-hang prints, expertly printed on archival paper and professionally framed for your home or office. Choose from 20 new images, including works by Mary Cassatt, Edward Hopper, William Henry John, and others.

Shop new home decor and more at our site https://store.metmuseum.org/

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Chess in Art: History of chess in paintings 1100 – 190 Book Review / By Carl Portman Chess in art, science and sport, or so they say. There have been debates around this assertion across the centuries. Marcel Duchamp famously said that “While all artists are not chess players, all chess players are artists”. There is a dearth of books about chess in art. Enter stage right the new book from Peter Herel Raabenstein, published by HereLove, with some 317 pages. The author is a conceptual artist born in Czech Republic. I write this review as a chess player for chess players. The advertising strapline says "This unique book, a collection of paintings where chess is the main theme, is a brilliant example of connection between the Game of Kings, art and history". He was inspired by the symbolism of chess and evolution of art itself. This is a book that contains mostly pictures with little text. Each page carries one or more images of art with the name of the artist. There are several pages at the end of the book giving a basic profile of each artist. The book is divided into five eras across 800 centuries, thus: 1100-1500 1500-1600 1600-1700 1700-1800 1800-1900 This is followed by the Index. It’s tricky to review a book like this. It is art, and therefore subjective to the reader. If you like art and chess, then I am sure the reader will relish this. It is the biggest collection of chess in art that I have ever seen in one place, and I can put it all on my coffee table. There is a lot of material to study and it was fun to see if the boards were set up correctly – something which often goes wrong, and infuriates real chess players, as it leaves a question as to whether the artist actually knew and played the game or not. Unsurprisingly, as the centuries progress the artistic presentation changes and this will be a question of taste. I find some of the paintings to be agnificent such as Peder H.K. Zahrtmann’s work (only one person seems truly interested in the chess and they are not at the board!) but other works are not to not to my taste. As I said, it is subjective. The book demonstrates that the game of chess has been and still is played across the social spectrum, from Royalty to agamuffin, in castles and houses around the world. Chess is depicted as an intellectual pursuit, a thinking person’s game. These paintings declare openly that chess brings families together in drawing rooms and clubs (online chess, take note) and that women and children are every bit as interested in the game. Indeed, there are plenty of paintings of women playing both men and one another. In most of the paintings, the hessboard is the centre of attention but in others I had to look further to work out the chess connection. The answers are all there. There are Baroque and Classical works here, and it is fun to study the costumes and the settings. Then we can scrutinize the actual positions on the chessboard. How were such positions arrived at? Did they declare a wbroader message, perhaps even secret ones? There is a wonderful painting by Dominik Skutecky from 1898 which reminds me of Stephen Fry as General Melchett. I wonder if he has seen it – he likes chess after all. I do have a couple of critical observations. I am not an art student, so I benefit from an expert explaining aspects of a painting to me. It helps me to increase my appreciation of a work. You won’t get that here. I craved further information, but I appreciate that this is difficult to achieve. I wondered who the characters are, why did the artist add this or that aspect, what materials were used for the painting etc? The author declares that it was not possible to obtain all images in the highest printing quality. He is reaching back hundreds of years after all. What is the objective of the book? Clearly to offer images of chess in art. In that sense, it has achieved the objective but there is more to this. It was a cultural journey. It reminded me of the old adage, ‘It’s not enough to look, you have to see’. Chess players might baulk at the hefty price tag, but I do believe that it is one of a kind. Do I recommend it? Yes. I see it as an investment in any chess player’s collection that can be enjoyed time and again. www.chessinart.com
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