| In honor of what would have been Pablo Picasso’s 135th birthday, we turn to two of his works in The Met collection that very much live on
| Learn about the artist’s relationship with New York City, as shown in the exhibition "Max Beckmann in New York"
| Introducing Caravaggio's foremost French follower
| This impressive volume includes 500 works from the Museum’s collection representing 5,000 years of art history, making it a formidable history of painting and an ideal overview of the iconic masterworks from this world-renowned institution.
| The 1914 trip to Tunisia that changed how Paul Klee saw and would use color.
| It would be enough if dogs were just man's best friend, but as a trip through The Met attests, they've been so much more
| A favorite subject for artists around the globe
| The acclaimed designer gained lasting fame for her colorful printed textiles signed with a cheery ladybug
| An expert on the subject, Degas masterfully captured bodies in motion
| Tragedy and rebellion sparked the artist's unique painting style for which he is now famous
| Celebrating Independence Day 2016 by remembering Christmas 1776
| As the summer season makes its official debut, we celebrate the great outdoors with inspired products that bring art to life