| Notable works by women artists comprise a key part of the Metropolitan Museum’s holdings. This roundup features both celebrated and anonymous women in Met exhibitions over the past year
| Celebrating the wealth of art on view in The Met's galleries while honoring the lively activity behind the scenes
| Learn about our new graphic identity, which showcases our colloquial name “The Met,” or “The Met Store,” inspired by those who love, visit, and support the Museum
| Baez led an interactive arts demonstration to create a one-of-a-kind live installation for the Paper Project in partnership with our visitors
| On the 180th anniversary of the acclaimed American artist’s birth, we celebrate his beloved maritime works in The Met’s collection
| Inspired by the natural and the exotic, Louis Comfort Tiffany perfected groundbreaking techniques which would shape the future of glass making
| Described as “the friendliest thing in the world” by the man who named him, The Met’s famous Egyptian faience sculpture, William the Hippo, is not-so-secretly a symbol of chaos, whose existence is inextricably tied to literal matters of life and death.
| Inspired by the intricate patterns of our "Fashion and Virtue" exhibition, artist Katharine Watson gives us a glimpse into the creative process behind our exclusive Valentines.
| Acclaimed for her expressive portraits, the famed eighteenth-century French painter wrapped her subjects in crimson luxury
| Auguste Rodin and Edgar Degas were contemporaries, but also, in a way, they were mirror opposites
| World-famous illusionist, author, and actor Ricky Jay has spent decades captivated by Buchinger’s life and remarkably delicate drawings
| Evoking ancient patinas found on Pre-Columbian objects, Sibilia's textured jewelry expresses her special artistry