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In celebration of the exhibition, "Alice Neel: People Come First", discover select works by the artist for custom print ...
04/09/2021

In celebration of the exhibition, "Alice Neel: People Come First", discover select works by the artist for custom print and framing at Met Custom Prints. Act fast, these works will be available for a limited time only.

Cut Glass with Fruit, 1952. Alice Neel. Oil on canvas. The Estate of Alice Neel. © The Estate of Alice Neel.

Discover the selection at https://bit.ly/3vGbTPz

Regal design. This striking pendant and earrings showcases a sinuous snake motif derived from the finial on a rare silve...
04/08/2021

Regal design. This striking pendant and earrings showcases a sinuous snake motif derived from the finial on a rare silver wine cup in The Met collection. Made in Britain about 1565, the handsome cup bears the maker's mark of Affabel Partridge, who worked as goldsmith to Queen Elizabeth I from about 1558–78. Partridge's work is distinguished by its rich decoration and fine quality.

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Artful accents. This elegant decoupage tray shows details from a color plate in Ladies Amusement: Or, The Whole Art of J...
04/07/2021

Artful accents. This elegant decoupage tray shows details from a color plate in Ladies Amusement: Or, The Whole Art of Japanning Made Easy. The fanciful design, by Jean Pillement (French, 1728–1808), appeared in a popular 1760 book published in London. Pillement published numerous collections of exotic designs that were widely disseminated in Europe. Adapted from the Museum's Department of Drawings and Prints, this art-inspired design was made exclusively for The Met by @JohnDerianCompany. Based in New York City, Derian's workshop is celebrated for his unique decoupage creations featuring hand-blown glass.

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In stitches. Our brand-new beginner level needlepoint kits, created by @poppymonkneedlepoint celebrate fine art with a m...
04/06/2021

In stitches. Our brand-new beginner level needlepoint kits, created by @poppymonkneedlepoint celebrate fine art with a modern twist. Measuring 5" square, this unique kit includes everything you need to create a beautiful design.

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Learn more about Goya's Graphic Imagination, on view at The Met through May 2, 2021, and the accompanying publication in...
04/05/2021

Learn more about Goya's Graphic Imagination, on view at The Met through May 2, 2021, and the accompanying publication in our Now at The Met blog interview with curator Mark McDonald. The more than 100 featured works include his early etchings after Velázquez, print series such as Los Caprichos and The Disasters of War, late lithographs titled The Bulls of Bordeaux, and albums of drawings inspired by the artist's thoughts, dreams, and reactions to the world around him. We spoke with McDonald about this essential aspect of Goya's career and the ways in which his drawing and prints reveal much more about the artist than his celebrated paintings.

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Image: Goya (Francisco de Goya y Lucientes) (Spanish, Fuendetodos 1746–1828 Bordeaux). Bulls of Bordeaux: 'Spanish Entertainment.' 1825. Lithograph. Rogers Fund, 1920 (20.63.2).

Dreams of lunch at The Met Cloisters. New York City-based illustrator, painter, and art instructor Jenny Kroik created t...
04/04/2021

Dreams of lunch at The Met Cloisters. New York City-based illustrator, painter, and art instructor Jenny Kroik created this fanciful cover art for our Spring 2021 catalog as an homage to the beloved gardens, featuring some of our favorite designs for the season.

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Petals & Pearls. The inspiration for this elegant new suite comes from a splendid 19th-century floral brooch in The Met ...
04/02/2021

Petals & Pearls. The inspiration for this elegant new suite comes from a splendid 19th-century floral brooch in The Met collection. Tiny seed pearls, like the ones used in the Museum’s original, were popular among the jewelry makers of Georgian Britain, who wove them into lavish adornments for their clientele.

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The Met x AlNour. Sourced by iconic textile and home designer Madeline Weinrib, this new line of nature-inspired linens ...
03/31/2021

The Met x AlNour. Sourced by iconic textile and home designer Madeline Weinrib, this new line of nature-inspired linens is made exclusively for us by the artisans of AlNour. Based in Marrakesh, Morocco, AlNour is a socially responsible enterprise that employs and empowers women with disabilities. Taking its name from the Arabic word for light, the company offers hand-embroidered linens made from the highest quality natural fabrics.

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"I dream of painting and then I paint my dream." - Vincent van GoghThis is one of five pictures of olive orchards that V...
03/30/2021

"I dream of painting and then I paint my dream." - Vincent van Gogh

This is one of five pictures of olive orchards that Van Gogh made in November 1889. Painted directly from nature but animated by Seurat-like stippling and stylized passages of broken color, these works responded to recent compositions by Paul Gauguin and Émile Bernard. "What I’ve done is a rather harsh and coarse realism beside their abstractions," Van Gogh observed, "but it will nevertheless impart a rustic note, and will smell of the soil."

Find this and more works by van Gogh on Met Custom Prints at https://bit.ly/3lKggEI

Now online (and in your mailbox)! Our Spring 2021 catalog launches today, featuring dozens of inspired new designs that ...
03/29/2021

Now online (and in your mailbox)! Our Spring 2021 catalog launches today, featuring dozens of inspired new designs that add an artful flair to every day. Visit or shop online to discover our latest home decor, jewelry, accessories, wall art, and more.

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New on Met Custom Prints! Discover ten works from the exhibition, Alice Neel: People Come First, available for custom pr...
03/27/2021

New on Met Custom Prints! Discover ten works from the exhibition, Alice Neel: People Come First, available for custom print and framing. Including this work, Still Life, Rose of Sharon, 1973. Alice Neel. Oil on canvas. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Arthur M. Bullowa Bequest. © The Estate of Alice Neel.

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Coming Soon… Our Spring 2021 Online Catalog is launching in just a few days, so be sure to keep an eye on your inbox. In...
03/26/2021

Coming Soon… Our Spring 2021 Online Catalog is launching in just a few days, so be sure to keep an eye on your inbox. In the meantime, stop by our website to explore our new arrivals for spring.

See what’s new at https://store.metmuseum.org/new/view-all

Creature Feature. Want to take a walk on the wild side? You can, thanks to The Met Store, by You. Personalize a tee or t...
03/24/2021

Creature Feature. Want to take a walk on the wild side? You can, thanks to The Met Store, by You. Personalize a tee or tote with your choice of animals—both real and imaginary—from The Met collection, from a 19th-century ivory rabbit to a magnificent Mughal elephant. Originally from San Baudelio de Berlanga, this camel represented the lands of the Bible, as well as power, luxury, and the exotic. Camel, first half 12th century (possibly 1129–34). Spanish. Made in Castile-León, Spain. The Cloisters Collection, 1961.

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Hop to it! Spring Gifting starts now. Discover unique gifts to fill any art lover’s basket, from our limited-edition Dun...
03/23/2021

Hop to it! Spring Gifting starts now. Discover unique gifts to fill any art lover’s basket, from our limited-edition Dunnys to the ever-popular Peacock Feather Shawl. For Passover celebrations, we offer thoughtful, art-inspired hostess gifts to make this year’s Seder extra special.

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“For me, people come first,” Alice Neel declared in 1950. “I have tried to assert the dignity and eternal importance of ...
03/22/2021

“For me, people come first,” Alice Neel declared in 1950. “I have tried to assert the dignity and eternal importance of the human being.”

Now on view, "Alice Neel: People Come First" is the first museum retrospective in New York of American artist Alice Neel (1900–1984) in 20 years. Order your copy of the accompanying exhibition catalogue today. Showcasing 201 illustrations, this ambitious volume features essays by leading scholars that tackle the artist’s portrayal of LGBTQ subjects; her unique aesthetic language, which merged abstraction and figuration; and her commitment to progressive politics, civil rights, feminism, and racial diversity.

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"The spring is tender green (young wheat) and pink (apple blossom)." —Vincent van Gogh It’s official: Spring is (finally...
03/20/2021

"The spring is tender green (young wheat) and pink (apple blossom)." —Vincent van Gogh

It’s official: Spring is (finally) here! Welcome the new season with fresh florals, dreamy pastels, lightweight layers, and more. Shop new arrivals at https://bit.ly/3nFkIV2

Image: The Flowering Orchard, 1888. Vincent van Gogh. 56.13

New on Met Custom Prints. This tapestry, "Recollection Pond" is one of only three the artist designed. It was a collabor...
03/19/2021

New on Met Custom Prints. This tapestry, "Recollection Pond" is one of only three the artist designed. It was a collaborative effort between Bearden and Gloria F. Ross, a tapestry maker who translated the image into a textile medium. As the title suggests, Recollection Pond is based on Bearden's memories of the North Carolina landscape of his youth and of the island of Martinique, where he built a home in 1973.

Tapestry "Recollection Pond", 1976. Romare Bearden. Wool and cotton. Gift of Gloria F. Ross, 1996. © 2021 Romare Bearden Foundation / Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY.

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Flights of fancy. With spring now in full swing, we’re celebrating the season with our favorite winged creatures from Th...
03/18/2021

Flights of fancy. With spring now in full swing, we’re celebrating the season with our favorite winged creatures from The Met collection: birds, butterflies, bees, and more. Swipe to discover a few best selling designs, including the Western Blue Bird, after John James Audubon, available on Met Custom Prints.

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Classic meets comfort. Our top-selling Met Campus Champion® Sweatshirts are now back in stock. Snag yours—and a pair of ...
03/16/2021

Classic meets comfort. Our top-selling Met Campus Champion® Sweatshirts are now back in stock. Snag yours—and a pair of coordinating sweatpants—before they sell out again.

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As seen in @Vogue, John Derian describes his collaboration with the Met as “beautiful and rare, with a bit of fun and ch...
03/15/2021
John Derian and the Metropolitan Museum of Art Collaborate on a Historical Decoupage Collection

As seen in @Vogue, John Derian describes his collaboration with the Met as “beautiful and rare, with a bit of fun and charming, and some historic notes.”

Read the story on Vogue.com at https://www.vogue.com/article/john-derian-and-the-metropolitan-museum-of-art-collaborate-on-a-historical-decoupage-collection

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There’s an ode to 19th century playing cards, as well as a letter from Édouard Manet.

“Aside from its rarity and bright reflective qualities, the incorruptibility of gold—its imperviousness to corrosion—has...
03/14/2021

“Aside from its rarity and bright reflective qualities, the incorruptibility of gold—its imperviousness to corrosion—has made it an effective symbol of enduring, eternal, and indeed divine power.” —Joanne Pillsbury, Andrall E. Pearson Curator of Ancient American Art

Visit or shop online to discover gold jewelry inspired by designs throughout The Met collection, including our Coin Pearl Earring.

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“The display of small-scale sculpture in the home provided a focus for reflection since the 15th-century creation of spe...
03/12/2021

“The display of small-scale sculpture in the home provided a focus for reflection since the 15th-century creation of specialized domestic spaces for devotional and secular contemplation. The aesthetic experience of these statuettes involves the sense of touch as well as sight, as they were held in the hand for close scrutiny and tactile delight.”—Sarah E. Lawrence, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Curator in Charge, European Sculpture and Decorative Arts

Give your home an artful spin by assembling an intriguing medley of art books, sculptures, framed prints, and other curios. Shop now at https://store.metmuseum.org/

"I have always striven to fix beauty in wood, stone, glass or pottery, in oil or watercolor by using whatever seemed fit...
03/11/2021

"I have always striven to fix beauty in wood, stone, glass or pottery, in oil or watercolor by using whatever seemed fittest for the expression of beauty, that has been my creed." - Louis Comfort Tiffany

Find elegant stationery and notecards that express your style, including our Louis C. Tiffany Glass Notecards in-store and online.

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Art for everyday. Our stylish essentials keep 5,000 years of art close at hand. Visit or shop online to discover our new...
03/09/2021

Art for everyday. Our stylish essentials keep 5,000 years of art close at hand. Visit or shop online to discover our new hand sanitizers, available in a citrus, floral, or smoky scent.

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"I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way - things I had no words for." - Geor...
03/08/2021

"I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way - things I had no words for." - Georgia O'Keeffe

This #InternationalWomensDay we celebrate the achievements of several pioneering artists whose work is featured on Met Custom Prints, including Delaunay. Visit the site to discover this and other works by #FaithRinggold, #SoniaDelaunay, #MargaretaHaverman, #MaryCassatt, #LeonoraCarrington, and Elisabeth Louise #VigeeLeBrun

Shop O'Keeffe's 1986 painting Red and Yellow Cliffs on Met Custom Prints, and more works at https://bit.ly/309T1tW

"I love creation more than life, and I must express myself before disappearing." - Sonia Delaunay This #InternationalWom...
03/08/2021

"I love creation more than life, and I must express myself before disappearing." - Sonia Delaunay This #InternationalWomensDay we celebrate the achievements of several pioneering artists whose work is featured on Met Custom Prints, including Delaunay. Visit the site to discover this and other works by Faith Ringgold, Georgia O'Keeffe, Margareta Haverman, Mary Cassatt, Leonora Carrington, and Elisabeth Louise Vigee Le Brun

Image: (detail) Plate 7 from #SoniaDelaunay : ses peintures, ses objets, ses tissus simultanés, ses modes. 1925. 68.580.1(7)

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Welcome the season with a unique printed face mask adapted from The Met collection. This pair of reusable masks showcase...
03/07/2021

Welcome the season with a unique printed face mask adapted from The Met collection. This pair of reusable masks showcases details from two nature-inspired works in the Museum; the Branches and Vines Quilt sewn by Ernestine Eberhardt Zaumseil (American, 1828–1904) in about 1875; and "An Orange-Headed Ground Thrush and a Death's-Head Moth on a Purple Ebony Orchid Branch," a 1778 watercolor painted by Shaikh Zain al–Din (Indian).

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"I do not literally paint that table, but the emotion it produces upon me." - Henri MatisseDiscover this 1921-22 oil pai...
03/05/2021

"I do not literally paint that table, but the emotion it produces upon me." - Henri Matisse

Discover this 1921-22 oil painting, "The Goldfish Bowl" and other works by he famed French artist on Met Custom Prints. Visit the site to discover a range of works in The Met collection, available for custom printing and framing to suit your space.

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Affordable accents inspired by priceless treasures. Click to discover how timeless works of art have inspired our latest...
03/03/2021

Affordable accents inspired by priceless treasures. Click to discover how timeless works of art have inspired our latest jewelry introductions, all priced under $75.

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"The John Derian collection contains many images derived from the study of nature, whether it be flowers, butterflies an...
03/02/2021

"The John Derian collection contains many images derived from the study of nature, whether it be flowers, butterflies and other insects, or Manet’s apples. They represent almost 400 years of artistic practice and cultural consumption." - Femke Speelberg, Associate Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints.

Visit our blog to hear more from Femke, and an exclusive interview with designer John Derian, on our brand-new The Met x John Derian Company collaboration.

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Announcing The Met x @JohnDerianCompany . Based in New York City’s East Village, John Derian and his workshop are known ...
03/01/2021

Announcing The Met x @JohnDerianCompany . Based in New York City’s East Village, John Derian and his workshop are known the world over for their line of handmade decoupage. For this only–at–The Met capsule, the designer collaborated with curators in the Museum’s Department of Drawings and Prints, choosing distinctive images from more than a million works on paper.

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Get creative. Design your own tee or tote with artworks spanning 5,000 years of art on our Met Store, by You site.Create...
02/28/2021

Get creative. Design your own tee or tote with artworks spanning 5,000 years of art on our Met Store, by You site.

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The art of cooking. The Met x @BrinsJam is now available online. The Brooklyn–based maker of high-quality, artisanal jam...
02/26/2021

The art of cooking. The Met x @BrinsJam is now available online. The Brooklyn–based maker of high-quality, artisanal jams was inspired by artworks in The Met collection to develop uniquely delicious flavors. This blend is inspired by the vivid depiction of ripe pomegranates, lush forest berries, and fragrant flowers in the Unicorn Tapestries. This Brins jam makes a delicious, art-inspired hostess gift—or addition to any pantry.

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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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