The scope and depth of the Museum's holdings are described with flexibility in mind, so that alterations to the building and changes in the collections can be readily accommodated in future editions of this Guide. The number of pages allocated to each department is restricted to multiples of eight pages; this will permit revisions in future editions. A guidebook, however, should not be a straitjacket. It is impossible to locate accurately all works at all times because paintings and objects are constantly being cleaned, restored, loaned to other museums, or rehung within the Metropolitan.
In designing a guide that is easily portable and of interest to a large public, severe restrictions have had to be imposed. The text serves an introductory function and is not intended to give the kind of detailed information found in a catalogue or scholarly publication. American Revival Styles, — American Scenes of Everyday Life, — Ancient Greek Bronze Vessels. Animals in Medieval Art.
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Annibale Carracci — Arms and Armor in Medieval Europe. Arms and Armor in Renaissance Europe. Art and Photography: s—Present. Art and Photography: The s.
The Art of Classical Greece ca. Art of the Asante Kingdom. The Art of the Book in the Middle Ages. Art of the Edo Period — Art of the Hellenistic Age and the Hellenistic Tradition. Art of the Korean Renaissance, — Arts of Power Associations in West Africa. Asante Textile Arts. The Asmat. Assyria, — B. Augustan Rule 27 B. The Augustan Villa at Boscotrecase. Auguste Renoir — Auguste Rodin — Augustus Saint-Gaudens — Aztec Stone Sculpture.
The Ballet. Baroque Rome. The Birth of Islam. Boscoreale: Frescoes from the Villa of P. Fannius Synistor. Bronze Sculpture in the Renaissance. Bronze Statuettes of the American West, — Buddhism and Buddhist Art. Byzantine Ivories. Byzantium ca. Caravaggio Michelangelo Merisi — and his Followers. Carpets from the Islamic World, — Chinese Buddhist Sculpture. Chinese Calligraphy. Chinese Gardens and Collectors' Rocks. Chinese Handscrolls. Chinese Painting. Christian Dior — Classical Cyprus ca. Costume in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Damascus Room.
The Decoration of Arms and Armor. The Decoration of European Armor.
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The Decoration of Tibetan Arms and Armor. The Development of the Recorder. Donatello ca. Dualism in Andean Art. Eagles After the American Revolution. Early Cycladic Art and Culture. Early Dynastic Sculpture, — B. Early Netherlandish Painting. Edgar Degas — : Painting and Drawing. Edward Hopper — Egypt in the Late Period ca. Egypt in the Middle Kingdom — B. Egypt in the New Kingdom ca. Egypt in the Old Kingdom ca. Egypt in the Third Intermediate Period — B. Egyptian Amulets. Eighteenth-Century European Dress. El Greco Domenikos Theotokopoulos — Etruscan Art.
The Face in Medieval Sculpture. Feudalism and Knights in Medieval Europe. Francisco de Goya — and the Spanish Enlightenment. Frank Lloyd Wright — Frederic Edwin Church — Geometric Art in Ancient Greece. Geometric Patterns in Islamic Art. George Washington: Man, Myth, Monument. Georgia O'Keeffe — Gian Lorenzo Bernini — Giovanni Battista Tiepolo — Glass from Islamic Lands. Gold of the Indies. The Golden Harpsichord of Michele Todini — Gothic Art.
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Haute Couture. Heian Period — Hellenistic Jewelry. Henri Matisse — Heroes in Italian Mythological Prints. Hinduism and Hindu Art. The Holy Roman Empire and the Habsburgs, — The Hudson River School. Icons and Iconoclasm in Byzantium. Impressionism: Art and Modernity. Internationalism in the Tang Dynasty — Through group activities, scavenger hunts and guided tours, you'll discover iconic pieces that inspired some of your favorite series.
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