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The MET


Temple of Dendur was built by the Roman governor of Egypt, Petronius, around 15 B.C. dedicated to Isis, Osiris, as well as Pediese and Pihor. The temple was commissioned by Emperor Augustus of Rome and has been transfered to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York where it resides since 1978.

Roman Girl at a Fountain
Léon Bonnat (French, Bayonne 1833–1922 Monchy-Saint-Eloi)

Period room, early 1800’s, Federal Era, Federal Period, United States of America

Augustus Saint-Gaudens
Kenyon Cox (American, Warren, Ohio 1856–1919 New York)

L’Arlesienne: Madame Joseph-Michel Ginoux by Vincent van Gogh

William Michael Harnett , Still Life , Violin and Music-The Artist’s Letter Rack
William Michael Harnett (1848–1892)

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5 thoughts on “The MET

  1. Very nice Art Pictures.

  2. Oh Vincent. This world was never meant for one as beautiful as you.

  3. What a stunning reflection in the first shot, and also of the lovely works in this incredible space!

  4. I went to a concert/recital once at the Met, a rather glamourous affair, held in that room, or space, right by the Temple of Dendur. I remember the sound bounced very nicely off the water. It was a lovely, memorable evening. ‘haven’t been back to NYC since, for years, must get back soon. Must say also i love your blog, uniformly lovely pictures, and nice pithy, elegant texts. Keep up the great work.

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