The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Brief

Went with family to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. They wanted to see the Charles James exhibit and the Garry Winogrand exhibit, and then wander the museum for a bit that day. Since I’ve covered the museum before, let’s just dive into the pictures.

It was a very dark exhibit room, and no flashes allowed.

It was a very dark exhibit room, and no flashes allowed.

More dresses.

More dresses.

A tapestry on the wall with two chairs.

A tapestry on the wall with two chairs.

Part of the sculpture garden.

Part of the sculpture garden.

Detail of a planter.

Detail of a planter.

Candle holder?

Candle holder?

Perseus in the doorway.

Perseus in the doorway.

That is an interesting fireplace.

That is an interesting fireplace.

The Japanese Garden is empty today.

The Japanese Garden is empty today.

Looking down at the lobby.

Looking down at the lobby.

Above the armory.

Above the armory.

There are many religious sculptures. This is one of the more impressive ones.

There are many religious sculptures. This is one of the more impressive ones.

The sleeping sisters.

The sleeping sisters.

A very dark room.

A very dark room.

The dragon helmet.

The dragon helmet.

A school for fencing.

A school for fencing.

The facade of the Branch Bank from Wall St, housing the American Wing.

The facade of the Branch Bank from Wall St, housing the American Wing.

The Temple of Dendur - everyone's favorite room.

The Temple of Dendur – everyone’s favorite room.

Waiting to get this shot without people posing between the statues takes forever.

Waiting to get this shot without people posing between the statues takes forever.

The small sphinx.

The small sphinx.

A creepy staircase in the shadows.

A creepy staircase in the shadows.

Next week: a short time in Tarrytown.

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About nsantasier

I am an actor, fight choreographer, playwright, and photographer based in and around NYC. I shoot on a Canon Rebel XS with either a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens or a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom lens as they are the only lenses I currently own.
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