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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.

It’s a day for Dalí.Today marks 116 years since Salvador Dalí was born, and we’re inviting you to celebrate the life and...
05/11/2020

It’s a day for Dalí.

Today marks 116 years since Salvador Dalí was born, and we’re inviting you to celebrate the life and work of the incomparable Spanish Surrealist with us.

Dalí once said, “Each morning when I awake, I experience again a supreme pleasure—that of being Salvador Dalí.” If you’re as inspired by this quote as we are, be sure to check out some whimsical picks from The Met Store.

👨‍🎨 Salvador Dalí Action Figure, Salt and Pepper Shakers, and Mug, available at The Met Store.

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Happy Mother’s Day! Today we’d like to pay tribute to all the mothers out there with a look across 5,000 years of art. F...
05/10/2020

Happy Mother’s Day! Today we’d like to pay tribute to all the mothers out there with a look across 5,000 years of art. From a terracotta statuette of Aphrodite and Eros to Mary Cassatt’s “Young Mother Sewing,” we’ve rounded up our favorite scenes of maternal affection from The Met collection in a heartwarming post on The Met Store Magazine—met.org/magazine.

🎨 Kitagawa Utamaro (Japanese, 1754–1806). Midnight: Mother and Sleepy Child, 1790. Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper.

🎨 Greek, South Italian (Hellenistic). Terracotta statuette of Aphrodite and Eros., 3rd century B.C. Terracotta.

🎨 Mary Cassatt (American, 1844–1926). Young Mother Sewing, 1900. Oil on canvas.

🎨 Camille Corot (French, Paris 1796–1875). Mother and Child, probably 1860s. Oil on wood.

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Here's a look at our "About Time" catalogue, as seen in the eyes of Vogue. “The rhythm of the catalog is set by a sort o...
05/08/2020
The ‘About Time: Fashion and Duration’ Catalog Is a Study in Black and White

Here's a look at our "About Time" catalogue, as seen in the eyes of Vogue.

“The rhythm of the catalog is set by a sort of graphic metronome, and is made visible through the black notches that appear in the plate section of the book. Those on the bottom of the page mark the Baudelarian concept of time, those on the top edge the Bergsonian. Side notches offer the opportunity for readers to “stitch” the two together.”

The new Costume Institute catalog marks time in many ways.

April showers bring May flowers, so we’ve rounded up some favorite #MuseumBouquet images from across cultures and centur...
05/08/2020

April showers bring May flowers, so we’ve rounded up some favorite #MuseumBouquet images from across cultures and centuries. Each one is dedicated to our tireless essential colleagues who are keeping the Museum running and safe. From all of us at The Met Store: We thank you.

💐 Charles Cromwell Ingham (American, 1786–1863). The Flower Girl, 1846. Oil on canvas.

🌺 Auguste Renoir (French, 1841–1919). Still Life with Flowers and Prickly Pears, ca. 1885. Oil on canvas.

🌸 Saint James's Factory (British, ca. 1748/49–1760). Bouquet, ca. 1760. Soft-paste porcelain.

🏵️ China. Plate, Qing dynasty (1644–1911), Qianlong period (1736–95). Porcelain painted in overglaze famille rose enamels.

🌷 Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797–1858). Swallows and Kingfisher with Rose Mallows, ca. 1838. Woodblock print.

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May is #NationalPhotographyMonth—a great moment to celebrate photography as an art form, and to spotlight the new Met ex...
05/07/2020

May is #NationalPhotographyMonth—a great moment to celebrate photography as an art form, and to spotlight the new Met exhibition "Photography’s Last Century."

We look forward to seeing the show when The Met reopens. In the meantime, we invite you to browse the pages of the exhibition catalogue to learn about the rise of #photography over the last century through the collection of Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee—both of whom have amassed a collection of masterpieces by Man Ray, László Moholy-Nagy, Walker Evans, Joseph Cornell, Andy Warhol, Cindy Sherman, and many others.

📕 #PhotographysLastCentury exhibition catalogue, available at The Met Store. Shop at met.org/shopexhibitioncatalogues.

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As we continue to think of our own communities and those most impacted by our current reality, we are happy to be able t...
05/06/2020

As we continue to think of our own communities and those most impacted by our current reality, we are happy to be able to share over 4,000 items with children in New York City homeless shelters. ⁣⁣⁣
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Our sincerest thanks go out to our incredible Met Store warehouse staff and team members who meticulously packaged clothing, toys, art supplies, and more to be donated to our friends at the NYC Department of Homeless Services (@nycdhs).

We hope we continue to work as a community to reemerge as a stronger and more united city. ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣
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"With museums and cultural institutions closed for now, I am grateful not only that art institutions are giving us acces...
05/05/2020
Relive the Met Costume Exhibits With Your Own Collection of Catalogs

"With museums and cultural institutions closed for now, I am grateful not only that art institutions are giving us access to online exhibits, but that I have these pages to turn to for some much needed escapism, inspiration, and imagination.... Plus, it doesn’t hurt that they look nice on the coffee table, too." – Vogue

Here's how to shop all the Met Gala catalogs and book sets from years past.

It’s the first Monday in May—a great day to preorder the Costume Institute’s newest catalogue.We’re looking forward to T...
05/04/2020

It’s the first Monday in May—a great day to preorder the Costume Institute’s newest catalogue.

We’re looking forward to The Met Costume Institute exhibition "About Time: Fashion and Duration," planned for October—and you can get an early peek at this major show by preordering the exhibition catalogue today at met.org/shopabouttimecatalogue.

As we commemorate The Met's 150th anniversary, “About Time” traces the evolution of a century and a half of fashion—from 1870 to the present—through a linear timeline of iconic garments, each paired with an alternate design that jumps forward or backward in time.

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For World Laughter Day today, we've rounded up a few artworks in The Met collection that should bring you an extra dose ...
05/03/2020

For World Laughter Day today, we've rounded up a few artworks in The Met collection that should bring you an extra dose of joy. From a smiling monk to a laughing clown, The Met Store Magazine gives us all something to smile about.🙂

Read the full story at met.org/magazine.

😄 China. Buddhist monk Budai, Qing dynasty (1644–1911). Porcelain with ivory glaze (Dehua ware).

😆 Nadar (French, 1820–1910). Pierrot Laughing, 1855. Gelatin-coated salted paper print (vernis-cuir).

😅😊 Frans Hals (Dutch, 1582/83–1666). Young Man and Woman in an Inn, 1623. Oil on canvas.

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Staying connected to loved ones is more important than ever. And who doesn't love finding an old-school letter in their ...
05/01/2020

Staying connected to loved ones is more important than ever. And who doesn't love finding an old-school letter in their mailbox? Put your thoughts into heartful words by writing someone you love a handwritten note today. Whether it’s a birthday greeting or just a quick hello, your message will be sure to brighten anyone’s day.

✍️ Kaigetsudō Doshin (Japanese, active 1711–1736). Courtesan Writing a Letter (detail), ca. 1715. Hanging scroll; ink and color on paper.

💌 Art-inspired stationery, available at The Met Store. Discover the collection at met.org/shopnotecards.

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Nice to see you again, William. You’re looking great. The honoree of “William Wednesday” is close to 4,000 years old, da...
04/29/2020

Nice to see you again, William. You’re looking great.

The honoree of “William Wednesday” is close to 4,000 years old, dating to Egypt’s Middle Kingdom (ca. 1961–1878 B.C.). He arrived at The Met in 1917 and quickly won people’s hearts, becoming the Museum's unofficial mascot along the way.

Our beloved blue hippo is providing some much-needed cheer to our Met Store colleagues. Is he keeping you company at home, too? We hope so—and we hope you’ll share your favorite shots of William, using #WilliamTheHippo to make sure we catch every angle. 💙

📷 Our William Plush finds some calm in a garden tended by Noriko, our graphic designer.

📷 Our William Vinyl Sticker joins other Met favorites to remind Gail from our marketing team that she can still enjoy art while working from home.

📷 Our Willliam Dog Collar makes Augustus look extra paw-some! Thanks for sharing, @cityswissy.🐾

Have some fun ideas? Order a few William products from met.org/shopwilliamthehippo.

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Since we’re all looking for new reads these days, we asked our #books buyer, the fabulous Lauren Gallagher, about some g...
04/27/2020

Since we’re all looking for new reads these days, we asked our #books buyer, the fabulous Lauren Gallagher, about some great books that can help us engage, escape, and explore.

Read more about Lauren’s picks at The Met Store Magazine, met.org/magazine, from a cookbook that features recipes that Claude Monet served at his famous Giverny home, to a look at a new Met exhibition on 20th-century photographs. 📚

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We always find something new to love in the work of Eugène Delacroix, born on this day in 1798. A critic of the day desc...
04/26/2020

We always find something new to love in the work of Eugène Delacroix, born on this day in 1798. A critic of the day described Delacroix’s “certain restlessness, a certain feverish genius, that impels him to experiment in all sorts of ways….” Our products inspired by his work strive to express his endlessly creative spirit.

To escape a turbulent Paris, Delacroix retreated to his country house in 1848, where he created a series of flower paintings—including “Basket of Flowers,” now in The Met collection—that captured the profusion and variety he found in his own garden.

Delacroix’s canvas was the catalyst for one of The Met Store’s best-selling shawls. Swipe ⬅️ to see how we've interpreted this beautiful work.

🎨 Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798–1863). Basket of Flowers, 1848–49. Oil on canvas.

🧣 Delacroix Basket of Flowers Shawl, available at The Met Store.

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Travel through 5,000 years of beautiful works and art-inspired living with some fascinating articles from The Met Store ...
04/25/2020

Travel through 5,000 years of beautiful works and art-inspired living with some fascinating articles from The Met Store Magazine. From the Unicorn Tapestries to the life of Vincent van Gogh, we hope these reads help to lift your spirits and inspire you.

Read the stories at met.org/magazine.

🎨 Southern Netherlandish. The Unicorn Purifies Water (from the Unicorn Tapestries), 1495–1505. Wool warp with wool, silk, silver, and gilt wefts.

🎨 Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853–1890). First Steps, after Millet, 1890. Oil on canvas.

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You don’t need to visit The Met’s galleries to celebrate #WorldBookDay with us. Tune in today at noon for Storytime at T...
04/23/2020

You don’t need to visit The Met’s galleries to celebrate #WorldBookDay with us. Tune in today at noon for Storytime at The Met, a weekly dose of family-friendly fun on The Met's YouTube and Facebook. Kids can watch from home as Met educators and librarians read from their favorite picture books. These reading sessions are an ideal way to amuse and inspire children ages six and under.

For more kid-friendly book ideas, head to met.org/artbooksforkids. Our collection of children's art books will introduce your little ones to the world of art and spur their imaginations.

📷 Horatio Ross (British, 1801–1886). Colin and Horatio Ross Reading with Jessie Macrae, ca. 1858. Albumen silver print.

📚 Art books for kids, available at The Met Store.

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This #EarthDay, we’re taking a moment to enjoy a few artworks that illustrate the joy we can all find in nature. The nat...
04/22/2020

This #EarthDay, we’re taking a moment to enjoy a few artworks that illustrate the joy we can all find in nature. The natural world has inspired artists throughout time, from ancient Egypt and early Chinese dynasties to the 19th century and current days.

Visit The Met Store Magazine—met.org/magazine—for a selection of wonderful works from The Met collection. Then keep swiping ⬅️ to learn how an eco-friendly approach informs one of our favorite Met Store tote designs.

🎨 Norman de Garis Davies (1865–1941). Garden Scene, Tomb of Ipuy, original ca. 1295–1213 B.C., New Kingdom, Egypt. Tempera on paper.

🎨 Top: Chen Hongshou (Chinese, 1598–1652). 明 陳洪綬 山水圖 扇 Landscape, mid-17th century. Folding fan mounted as an album leaf; ink and mineral color on gold paper.

Bottom: Hu Yuan (Chinese, 1823–1886). 清 胡遠 山水 扇面 Landscape, Qing dynasty (1644–1911). Folding fan mounted as an album leaf; ink and color on gold-flecked paper.

🎨 Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853–1890). Wheat Field with Cypresses, 1889. Oil on canvas.

👜 Impressions of Nature Collage Tote, available at The Met Store.

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We're sending you an extra special #MuseumBouquet today as we spotlight the work of Odilon Redon, born on this day in 18...
04/20/2020

We're sending you an extra special #MuseumBouquet today as we spotlight the work of Odilon Redon, born on this day in 1840.

The natural world fascinated Redon, who was close friends with the curator of the botanical gardens in his native Bordeaux. He painted many floral still lifes, which show a naturalist’s sense of wonder and a richly inventive imagination. He loved illustrating blooms and foliage—with fluttering butterflies as welcome guests. 💐 🦋

For more on Redon’s beautiful blossoms, visit The Met Store Magazine—met.org/magazine.

🎨 Odilon Redon (French, 1840–1916). Bouquet of Flowers, ca. 1900–1905. Pastel on paper.

🧣 🖼️ Redon Bouquet of Flowers Scarf and Frame, available at The Met Store.

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"If you hear a voice within you say, ‘You cannot paint,’ then by all means paint, and that voice will be silenced" – Vin...
04/19/2020

"If you hear a voice within you say, ‘You cannot paint,’ then by all means paint, and that voice will be silenced" – Vincent Van Gogh

At a time when all of us can use some inspiration, bring out your inner artist by painting, sketching, or other means of creating. The ideas are yours to discover—perhaps with a little help from The Met Store’s art supplies. Our watercolor sets, colored pencils, art-ready sketchbooks, and other supplies can help you get started.

We’d love to hear from you, so please share your works with us. And be sure to tag them with #MetSketch for the chance to be featured on The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York’s feeds.

🎨 Hubert Robert (French, 1733–1808). Artist Sketching a Young Girl, ca. 1773. Red chalk.

🖌️📒 Art supplies, available at The Met Store. Visit met.org/artsupplykits.

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Make game day an artful pursuit with the entire family! Just in at The Met Store, The Grand Museum of Art Board Game cha...
04/17/2020

Make game day an artful pursuit with the entire family! Just in at The Met Store, The Grand Museum of Art Board Game challenges players to increase visitor attendance by presenting grand exhibitions to attract crowds. As you play, you’ll collect different works of art, make exchanges, bid at auctions, answer trivia questions, and even steal a work or two. Let this game and other family-friendly activity ideas mix up your family’s routine and bring you all a little closer.

Find this at met.org/thegrandmuseumofartgame.

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Now more than ever, the work of great artists allows us to escape, explore, and dream. Today, we're thinking of Leonardo...
04/15/2020

Now more than ever, the work of great artists allows us to escape, explore, and dream. Today, we're thinking of Leonardo da Vinci, who was born on this day in 1452. The Renaissance artist achieved fame as a painter and sculptor—yet it is his drawings that most vividly attest to his endless curiosity for observing, inventing, and experimenting. The almost 2,500 sketches that remain today show a one-of-a-kind mind at work.

Here, we highlight two of his drawings from The Met collection, and a fun little portrayal of the "Renaissance Man" with his most famous muse.

🎨 Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, 1452–1519). The Head of the Virgin in Three-Quarter View Facing Right, 1510–1513. Black chalk, charcoal, and red chalk, with some traces of white chalk.

🎨 Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, 1452–1519). Head of a Man in Profile Facing to the Left, 1490–94. Pen and brown ink, over soft black chalk.

👨‍🎨 Leonardo da Vinci Action Figure with a mini easel replica of the "Mona Lisa," available at The Met Store. Visit met.org/2V8a4L4.

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Explore a world of art in the comfort of your home. Our superb Met exhibition catalogues allow you to enjoy art from acr...
04/15/2020

Explore a world of art in the comfort of your home. Our superb Met exhibition catalogues allow you to enjoy art from across cultures and continents even when Museum galleries are closed. These books offer beautiful reproductions and fresh scholarship on Gerhard Richter, art from the Sahel, 20th-century photography, and much more.

Discover them online at met.org/shopmetbooks. 📚

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The Met was founded today in 1870. We're marking our milestone anniversary by sharing a virtual look back at how far we ...
04/13/2020

The Met was founded today in 1870. We're marking our milestone anniversary by sharing a virtual look back at how far we have come in a century and a half.

Sharing art and education has always informed our products and been at the core of our mission—and in fact it's how we started. Since our earliest years, the Museum ordered images of European paintings for archival reasons, then started to sell extra copies of those images to encourage and develop the study of fine arts.

Our product range grew with the collection. Visitors like you were able to shop at sales desks in the Great Hall, and a mail-order service gave art lovers around the country access to our offering.

Today we invite you to bring a bit of The Met into your home by visiting store.metmuseum.org. Every one of your purchases supports The Met’s mission to present, conserve, and share a world of beautiful art, and so we say: thank you.

Learn more about The Met Store's history at The Met Store Magazine—met.org/magazine.

📷 The Met Store holiday shop at the Great Hall, December 23, 1944.

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We hope you are having a wonderful Easter Sunday. However you celebrate (or even if you don’t), we think you’ll enjoy ou...
04/12/2020

We hope you are having a wonderful Easter Sunday. However you celebrate (or even if you don’t), we think you’ll enjoy our parade of Easter-themed artworks at The Met Store Magazine—met.org/magazine.

🥚 From left: Imperial Caucasus Egg (1893), Imperial Napoleonic Egg (1912), Danish Palaces Egg (1890). House of Carl Fabergé. Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation (L.2011.66.57a–c).

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It’s hard to top the natural appeal of the shimmery blue peacock feather. Louis C. Tiffany might have.Like many artists ...
04/11/2020

It’s hard to top the natural appeal of the shimmery blue peacock feather. Louis C. Tiffany might have.

Like many artists at the turn of the 20th century, Tiffany took endless inspiration from the dramatic hues and iridescence of the peacock’s brilliant plumage. He interpreted the feather’s unmistakable features across the many media he mastered: mosaics, jewelry, metalwork, Favrile glass, and more.

Learn more about the artist’s peacock preoccupation at The Met Store Magazine—met.org/magazine.

⚱️ Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933). Vase, ca. 1900. Favrile glass.

⚱️ Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933). Vase, ca. 1893–96. Favrile glass.

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