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The Metropolitan Museum of art, New York City

The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in three iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters. Millions of people also take part in The Met experience online.

Since it was founded in 1870, The Met has always aspired to be more than a treasury of rare and beautiful objects. Every day, art comes alive in the Museum's galleries and through its exhibitions and events, revealing both new ideas and unexpected connections across time and across cultures.

Source: metmuseum.org
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Exhibitions
Museum's collection
Roy Liechtenstein. Landscape with philosopher
2
Roy Liechtenstein
1996, 264.8×121.9 cm
Roy Liechtenstein. Galatea
1
Roy Liechtenstein
1990, 229.9×73.7 cm
Roy Liechtenstein. Reflections on the hair
0
Roy Liechtenstein
1990, 142.6×114.3 cm
Mary Cassatte. A young mother
5
Mary Cassatte
1990, 92.4×73.7 cm
David Hockney. A great interior. Los Angeles
1
David Hockney
1988, 183×305 cm
Jean-Michel Basquiat. Untitled (Elephant)
0
Jean-Michel Basquiat
1986, 75.6×106.7 cm
David Hockney. Gregory, looking at the snow. Kyoto
1
David Hockney
1983, 90×76 cm
Roy Liechtenstein. Red Apple
1
Roy Liechtenstein
1983, 58.2×73.1 cm
Francis Bacon. Triptych Self Portrait
3
Francis Bacon
1979, 37.5×31.8 cm
Roy Liechtenstein. Leaving
0
Roy Liechtenstein
1978, 220.3×178.1 cm
Francis Bacon. The sketches of figures
0
Francis Bacon
1975, 124.1×85.4 cm
Lee Krasner. Rising greens
1
Lee Krasner
1972, 209.2×175.9 cm
David Hockney. Henry, seventh Avenue
2
David Hockney
1972, 43×35 cm
Andrew Wyeth. Arabella
0
Andrew Wyeth
1969, 34.3×41.9 cm
Roy Liechtenstein. Paper plate
0
Roy Liechtenstein
1969, 26×26 cm
Rothko Mark. Untitled (Brown and gray)
4
Rothko Mark
1969, 153.4×121 cm
Rothko Mark. Untitled (Grey and brown)
0
Rothko Mark
1969, 153×121 cm
Jasper Jones. Alphabet
1
Jasper Jones
1969, 94×78.7 cm
Barnett Newman. Flickering
2
Barnett Newman
1968, 182.9×214 cm
Pablo Picasso. Suite 347. Fantasy
0
Pablo Picasso
1968, 28×38.9 cm
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