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During my recent trip to the Metropolitan Museum, I was transfixed by this beautiful painting by Bramantino (Bartolomeo Suardi). It really deserves much greater fame. It is an unusually peaceful serene composition. The Madonna holds an apple, with Latin name … Continue reading
I just returned from a trip to the Metropolitan Museum and I am going to post some things I saw. What a beautiful museum. Here is the right panel of a triptych by Donato De’ Bardi. It is so beautiful … Continue reading
A fun monkey cup in terracotta. It dates to the mid-6th century B.C.. It comes from East Greece or Cyprus.
These portraits of me were taken by the photographer Mia Hanson, who as you can see is extremely talented. They were taken last March at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, my favorite museum.
Jean Dubuffet is in the collections of many major museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which has the top two paintings, and the MOMA, which has many. His work pus together a very inspired child-like aesthetic, married with a … Continue reading